Protests in Iran

By Howard Bloom

On Tuesday, September 13, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman, Mahsa Amini, came out of a subway station in central Tehran, walked through a park, and in that park was arrested by Iran’s Moral Security Police.

The morality policemen bundled her into their standard white and green Morality Patrol van. And, according to Amini’s family, they beat her. The police deny this.

But there is one incontrovertible fact. After three days of what the police call “training in hijab rules,” the Moral Security Police sent Amini to a hospital, where she died. At the age of 22. What was Mahsa Amini’s offense?

Wearing her burka, her headpiece, so loosely that you could actually see a bit of her hair.

The day of Mahsa Amini’s death, protests erupted on Iranian university campuses and in 80 Iranian cities. Those protests continued two weeks later, and showed no signs of stopping.

The protesters have been chanted “We don’t want the Islamic republic” and “Death to the…



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