With the high level of women’s challenge andYoung segment of the yearThe authorities in Iran, and the strict laws imposed on them, especially with regard to clothing and others, since the spark of the demonstrations that erupted after The murder of the young woman, Mahsa Amini, in mid-SeptemberMany Iranian activists celebrated a girl who walked in the center of the capital, showing her long hair without a veil.
A video posted on social media shows an Iranian girl walking in Tehran’s Valaisr Street without a headscarf and wearing a miniskirt, raising her hand as a sign of victory. pic.twitter.com/89VmyXWAxb
— Iran International – Arabic (@IranIntl_Ar) November 11, 2022
A video spread on the communication sites during the past hours showed the young woman, who appeared to be young, strutting in the middle of Walisr Street in Tehran without a veil, wearing a short skirt, in A message of defiance to the authorities Which has been used during the last period to exercise repression against the demonstrations!
The girl in her twenties also seemed to raise the sign of victory, according to what was reported by the “Iran International” network.
It is mentioned since the death of Amini, 22, on September 16, three days after she was arrested by the morality police during a visit to Tehran with her younger brother, for allegedly violating the imposed strict dress code, and the demonstrations did not subside in the country.
Her death sparked unprecedented protests in Iran three years ago, presented mostly by young women and students who burned their headscarves, or cut their hair, in a political message and defiance of the authorities, and an affirmation that the young segment or what is known as the generation is like “GENERATION Z” in a valley and the authorities in Another valley, according to what many analysts and observers have shown over the past weeks.
Meanwhile, the security forces violently confronted the protesters, killing hundreds of them. The Human Rights Activists News Agency “Hrana” announced that 314 protesters were killed in the unrest, including 47 minors. At least 14,170 people, including 392 students, were arrested in those protests that took place in 136 cities and towns and 134 universities.