Iran burning in ‘hijab’ fire, Joe Biden vows, says ‘we will support Iranian women’

The women’s movement against the hijab in Iran is becoming fierce. After the death of Mahsa Amini, Iran has been burning in the fire of Hijab for the last several days. It is alleged that she was beaten up in custody for not wearing a hijab and then she lost her life. At the same time, the controversy over the hijab in Iran is increasing due to the death of Mahsa Amini.

Several women cut their hair in protest against the death of Mahsa Amini and the compulsory hijab. Not only this, the hijab was also burnt. On the other hand, US President Joe Biden, in his speech at the United Nations, vowed to join the revolutionary campaign of Iranian women.

Signs of big change are visible in Iran regarding women’s rights. 40 years ago from today, like in other countries, women had a lot of freedom in Iran. But currently, women’s rights are being violated in Iran. For the last few days, a wave of a new revolution has arisen in the country. A revolution that will prove helpful in taking the ideas of women forward in a safe way.

In Iran, women themselves are rejecting the hijab in the name of religion. After the death of 22-year-old woman Mahsa Amini, a wave of revolution of ‘freedom from hijab’ has arisen in Iran for the past several days.

At the same time, after the address of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi in the United Nations, the US President addressed the United Nations. In his address, Biden vowed solidarity with Iranian women, referring to the recent protests over the hijab in Iran.

Let us tell you that after the death of a 22-year-old woman named Mahsa Amini in police custody, at least eight people have been reported to have been killed in massive protests in Iran so far. At the same time, Joe Biden praised the protesters, saying, “Today we stand with the brave citizens of Iran, the women who are currently demonstrating to protect their basic rights.”

Protests have intensified in Iran after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. It is alleged that 22-year-old Amini, who was detained on September 13, was fatally hit on the head and assaulted. She fell into a coma due to a fatal blow in custody and died three days later. However, Iranian officials have denied this claim. It was told that she had gone to visit Tehran with her family and during this time she was detained for not wearing a hijab.

On the other hand, internet services have been severely disrupted in Iran, which is burning in the fire of massive protests. Iran’s state media reported that people are demonstrating on the streets in 15 cities of the country. During this, the police also used tear gas to disperse the people. The administration has also arrested 1,000 people during this period. Meanwhile, supreme cleric Ayatollah Khamenei addressed a gathering on Wednesday. He did not even mention the anti-hijab protests during this period.

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