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Liberating the Iranian Women Has Massive Consequences Worldwide
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The new upheaval against the regime started when Iran’s ‘morality police’ arrested Mahsa Amini ⏤ a 22-year-old woman from the minority Kurdish community ⏤ on September 13 in the capital, Tehran, for not wearing the hijab properly. According to eyewitnesses, they bludgeoned her to death ⏤ as reported by doctors at the scene before the regime switched off Instagram ⏤ and they claimed that somehow she very conveniently died of a heart attack. No one inside or outside Iran believes them, especially since her father asserted that she was young and in excellent health.
All the videos coming out of Iran ⏤ before the regime stopped all such communications ⏤ show conclusively how brutal have been the regime’s police (thugs) beating defenseless female protesters mercilessly, thus actually proving that Mahsa, too, was treated violently. The death of one young woman has ignited the fire of hate by the citizens against the ungodly theocratic regime. Thousands have been demonstrating all over Iran for the last six days, not only by primarily young women, but also by thousands of other ⏤ men and women, young and old ⏤ who have nothing but contempt and hatred for the most corrupt and brutal regime in the last 200 years of their history.
For the first time, thousands of protesting women started publicly cutting their hair short and burning their Hijab (head covering) in defiance of the regime. However, they know they can be imprisoned, tortured, and raped by the bodyguards of the regime.
If this revolution wins, 750 million Muslim females will be freed and liberated all over the world. This would represent the greatest freedom achievement in human history.
Read the full article: The Iranian Uprising – Silence Means Consent
IQ al-Rassooli, Iraqi exile, Arabic speaker, scholar, author, and political analyst. Del Wilber is a former CIA and Department of Defense Intelligence and Counterterrorism Officer serving overseas in Eastern and Western Europe, and the Middle East.
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