FREEDOM FOR IRANIAN WOMEN

The Iranian girl who sings the song “Bella Ciao” in Persian language to sympathize with the murder of Mahsa Amini. He wants freedom.

This is the 22-year-old Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, who was arrested by the religious police of the capital for wearing "an improper hijab" died after two days in a coma. Confirmation of death was given by the Iranian news agency "Fars".

The girl had traveled earlier this week from the province of Iranian Kurdistan to the capital Tehran to visit relatives when she was arrested by some Iranian "moral" police officers known as "Gasht and Ershad", for "improper hijab" it completely covered her hair. During the detention, the young woman allegedly fell ill and fell into a coma, according to the version of the Iranian police. However, there is a suspicion that Amini was beaten by police officers. The leaders of the Tehran police justified themselves by stating that Mahsa Amini would suddenly suffer from a heart problem, as if a 22-year-old woman had a heart attack that naturally causes her to go into a coma and then signs of physical violence on her body. justified by stating that Mahsa Amini would suddenly suffer from a heart problem, as if a 22-year-old woman had a heart attack that naturally causes her to go into a coma and then signs of physical violence on her body.
These are the most important demonstrations since the 1979 revolution, far more relevant than those of 2009 and 2019, because this time they depart from the province to extend throughout Iran.
In Iran there is Islamic law that obliges women to wear hijabs and to monitor the application of this law is the so-called "moral police".
Only on 19 September, the same day on which the general strike was proclaimed in many cities, was the TAC made to Masha Amini on arrival at the hospital published. In this we note the cerebral hemorrhage and the deep fracture on the right side of the skull, both signs of the beating suffered. The general mobilization explodes: women and men take to the streets against the Iranian regime and the symbols of this domination and the garment that led Masha Amini to death are thrown into the flames. Iranian women dance and fight in the streets, burn hijabs and cut their hair in one of the largest mobilizations ever seen in Iran.
What is happening in Iran is a spontaneous mobilization against a violent and liberal regime. A proof of this temperament is precisely in the violent repression of protests. As has often happened in recent years, protests against violent regimes have been censored and made difficult by blocking the internet. The organization via social networks is failing, but above all international interest risks falling on the women's liberation movement which is international and goes beyond the borders of Iran.
To date, there are dozens of victims (over 40) and hundreds of injured, as well as many arrests. The restriction of telecommunications has made it difficult for the West to keep an eye on the country at all times and even the UN is unable to provide accurate data. Regardless of the data and what will happen, the protests in Iran are a sign of rupture, a possible point of no return against the shadowy collaboration between religion and politics, between the population and the ruling class, in the silence of the arrests and death of activists and activists. In the squares and in the streets, dissent has been fought, as never before has the collaboration between demonstrators, men and women, managed to stand up to police brutality.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Giannis Pit
    Oct 01, 2022 @ 19:04:06

    Freedom and justice for Iranian women and not only for them. Freedom and justice from all Iranian people.

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  2. johncoyote
    Oct 03, 2022 @ 21:10:17

    The song was amazing. I am listening now. It is sad. There are many places in our world. Women are second class citizens. The Ojibwa believe the women are the boss. They are the mother of the children, the teacher of the children and they teach love to them.

    Reply

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