We’re coming together today to remember Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, who passed away while being held by the morality police during her detention. Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, an Iranian lady 22 years old, was forcibly detained on September 13, 2022, in Tehran, Iran, by the morality police for wearing an “improper” or “insufficient” hijab.

Three days after she was found dead, it was revealed that Zhina, also known as Mahsa, had been brutally murdered by police while she was detained.

Jake Paul Shows Support For Iranian Women Taking Part In Anti-Hijab Protests. This episode made headlines in Iranian media and on social media, which spurred a wave of anti-hijab rallies across the nation. Following the Islamic Revolution, the hijab became required for Iranian women to wear in public, and at the same time, protests against it began.

Since this incident, Iranians—especially women—have been protesting the regime’s disregard for this essential human right to manage one’s own appearance and body. They are advocating for the freedom to cease persecuting, harassing, and imprisoning women who choose not to wear the required hijab.

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It is important to stress that the demonstrators oppose forced hijab and any other form of pressure over people’s private decisions regarding their bodies, not just voluntary hijab.

Over the past week, a huge number of individuals from all walks of life have joined these protests and added their voices to those objecting to the oppressive and deadly policies of the dictatorship.

The ethos of this campaign is reflected in the well-known phrase “women, life, freedom.” Since the commencement of the demonstrations, Iran’s Islamic Republic authorities have been violently repressing the protestors while also blocking internet access in various cities.

Jake Paul Shows Support To Women Participating In Anti-Hijab Protests In Iran!

In Iran, internet access has been restricted. We now want to represent those who are protesting, defending their rights, being detained, suffering injuries, and even dying on the streets. It is time for people everywhere to take a stance and amplify our voices.

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