Iranian mob protests Because the woman broke the hijab rule, she was killed at the hands of the police. Number of protesters killed 9

(REUTERS)

Iranian mob protests Because the woman broke the hijab rule, she was killed at the hands of the police. Number of protesters killed 9

The BBC has reported nine deaths in protests against the death of an Iranian woman while in police custody. After being arrested in Tehran for inappropriate dress for violating the rules of wearing a hijab In the violent protests that took place on September 21 this past which counts as the 5th day

Among the dead was a 16-year-old boy who was shot dead after security forces opened fire on the protesters. Protests have now spread to 20 major cities, including Tehran. the capital A video has emerged of female protesters waving hijabs and burning them. In addition, protesters shouted against the hijab rule. and call for freedom and equality in Iran

The protests came following the death of Masa Amini, 22 years old from Kurdistan. Arrested by Tehran’s Moral Police for inappropriately dressed Officers reportedly hit her head with batons. She hit her head with a car while being taken to a detention center for training. Ameni was in a coma for three days and died on September 16.

Iranian police have denied attacking Ms Amini. and claimed she had heart failure. But her family said Ms Amini was in good health.

Nada al-Nasif, acting UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, called on September 20 for an independent investigation. and specifically to the cause of Ms.’s death. Amini

Reports of the current death toll come from Kurdish human rights organizations. He has said that security forces are behind him, but the death toll from the state agency is yet to be confirmed. But a prosecutor in Iran gave information to the Tasnim news agency. It was found that two people were killed by anti-revolutionary groups on September 20, Erna news agency. Official media said a police assistant died after being wounded in clashes with protesters in Shiraz the same day.

In addition, Netblock, the Internet shutdown watchdog, reported that Iran blocked access to the Instagram app, one of the last social media platforms to remain open in Iran. and it is an application that the protesters use to send images and video while rallying Moreover internet networks in Kurdistan, Tehran and other parts of the country have been disrupted for days.

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