Iran vows ‘decisive action’ as Mahsa Amini protests continue
Warning comes as protesters return to the streets despite a crackdown in which at least 41 people have been killed.Raisi’s comments on Saturday came as protesters took to the streets for a ninth consecutive night, defying a crackdown that state television said has killed at least 41 people. It said that toll was based on its own count and official figures were yet to be released.
Safety forces of the Radical Islamic Taliban on Thursday, a solidarity rally of Afghan women for the protests in Iran. As AFP journalists report, the approximately 25 women called the slogan "Women, Life, Freedom", which was also used in the protests there and wore transparent with sentences "The Iran was up, now we are on it" and "No to the dictatorship ". © Wakil Kohsar Safety forces of the Radical Islamic Taliban on Thursday, a solidarity rally of Afghan women violently dissolved for the protests in Iran.
The demonstration lasted about 15 minutes before Taliban operations were violently dissolved. They shot in the air, took their transparent away from the demonstrators and tore them up. The demonstrating women, some of whom covered their face with sunglasses and respiratory protection masks, raised the remains of the transparent, formed paper balls from them and threw the Taliban with it.
Iran’s anti-veil protests, ignited by Mahsa Amini’s death, may shift the nation
The death of a 22-year-old Iranian woman — while detained by morality police for 'inappropriate' attire — has sparked nationwide protests that could leave a lasting impact.Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman from a small city in Iran’s Kurdistan province, had been visiting the country’s capital, Tehran, when she was detained, before her brother’s eyes, by the so-called morality police (gashte ershad or “guidance patrol”) for her “inappropriate” attire. According to the Tehran police, it was during her detention that Amini “suddenly” developed “heart problems” and was rushed to hospital, where she later died.
The Taliban present ordered to delete journalists, photos and videos of the demonstration from their devices.
Since the Taliban took over the power last August, women's rights activists have organized protests in Kabul and other cities. In doing so, they violate a number of hard restrictions that the Taliban had imposed against Afghan women. The Taliban violently dissolved and pressed journalists who reported on it.
After returning to power in Afghanistan in August 2021, the Taliban had promised a more moderate approach than during their rule from 1996 to 2001. Since then, however, the rights of women and girls have been massively restricted. For example, girls and young women are prohibited from visiting secondary schools almost all over the country.
in Iran has been on the streets in several cities for around two weeks after the 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died under unexplained circumstances as a result of her arrest by the Iranian moral police. According to the human rights organization Iran Human Rights (your) based in Oslo, at least 76 people have already been killed in the protests.
Why America Just Set Free the ‘Pablo Escobar of Afghanistan’ .
When the U.S. announced the release of American hostage Mark Frerichs—a navy veteran who has been held by the Taliban since 2020—it failed to mention the crucial point that he was released in exchange for a convicted Afghan drug trafficker and prominent Taliban ally, Bashir Noorzai. “After more than two years in captivity… Frerichs is safe and on his way home from Afghanistan… Mark’s return to his loved ones is the result of intense engagement with the Taliban,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said last week. Halfway across the world in Afghanistan, the Taliban were also congratulating themselves for securing the release of Noorzai.