In Paris, tear gas to prevent demonstrators from arriving at the Iran
Embassy Party of Place du Trocadéro, the Parisian procession headed for the Iran Embassy before being stopped by Police, which used L tears for © AFP or Licensors in Paris, the police used tear gas to prevent thousands of demonstrators from reaching the Iranian Embassy.
black parkas when anger never stops scolding in Iran, even the world of football began to challenge the regime. Tuesday, September 27, the players of the national team voluntarily hid their jerseys while their anthem was resonated at the opening of a match. Light on a strong and courageous gesture. © supplied by Positivr Image: a football thing
it happened in Mödling, Austria, where the friendly match was held between Iran and Senegal. While Iranian players were supposed to sing their national anthem, they chose to keep their black parkas rather than display the colors of their country. This daring choice sounds like a snub sent to Iranian leaders who, for the past ten days, have been repressing demonstrations with the greatest violence (there are already several dozen deaths).
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since the death of Mahsa Amani, the Franco-Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani, in exile, actively relays the images from Iran. She tells us her anger, her concern and her hopes. © ABACA/BOYER-HAHN-MARECHAL Actress GOLSHIFTEH FARAHANI at the 2022 Cannes Festival. "Since the death of Mahsa Amani, the days are difficult, the nights are difficult, we do not eat, we do not sleep.
To protest the repression exerted in Iran, the players of the selection wore a black jacket to symbolically mask the jersey and the logo of their nation during the hymns during the match against Senegal on September 27, 2022. .twitter.com/6af7xt7uan - a football thing (@Untrucdefoot)
September 28, 2022
France Inter, the day before, the Sardar Azmoun striker (who plays Bayer Leverkusen), had Speaking on Instagram:
“The ultimate punishment would be to be expelled from the national team, which is a small price to pay even for a single wick of an Iranian woman (…) I did not fear of being ousted. Shame on you to have so easily killed the people and live the women of Iran. "
This post refers directly to Mahsa Amini, who died on September 16 after being arrested by the Iranian police because of an outfit deemed "inappropriate" (her veil revealed a wick of hair). It was precisely this event that sparked
the wave of demonstrations that currently shakes country . The Iranians and the Iranians no longer want to undergo oppression and, obviously, the national football team is stored behind them and behind them.
Iran: Emmanuel Macron must "stop this silence" on this "bloodthirsty repression", launches the League of Iranian women for democracy
more than 75 people were killed during daily demonstrations in Iran, following the death of Mahsa Amini September 16. © supplied by Franceinfo "We demand that Emmanuel Macron ceases this silence and denounces bloodthirsty repression in Iran," said this Wednesday, September 28 on Franceinfo Irène Ansari, coordinator of the Iranian women's league for democracy, after a twelfth night consecutive to demonstration in the country.
Sardar Azmoun has since erased his post as well as other publications, but his message has been heard and even amplified by this sequence of hidden jerseys during the anthem.
A formidable example of solidarity and, above all, a beautiful tribute to women and men who fight for freedom in Iran.
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occasion is probably forced to provide two Frenchmen to want to provoke protests in Iran. A serious reminder also comes from Berlin. An incident in Copenhagen shows that the nerves lie blank. © KARIM AIT Adjedjou/Abaca/picture Alliance poster at a rally on Thursday in Paris to support the protesting women in Iran After the apparently forced espionage confession of a French couple stated in Iran, France recommended to its citizens so quickly to leave as possible.