Iranian Woman Shot Six Times During The Anti-Hijab Protest. Another Woman’s Life Lost!
The world had still not recovered from the death of the 22-year-old Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, and we have witnessed another horrifying news from the country. The strong Anti-Hijab protest happening in Iran against the oppressive regime continues, but there is unfortunate news that is now making headlines. A young woman who is believed to be approximately in her 20s was shot down by the Iranian police for being a part of the protest. The name of the woman is Hadis Nafaji, and there are many debates happening over her real identity.
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Iranian women protesting for their rights against the inhumane behaviour over their hijab rules in the countries are paying heavily for it. Some even with their lives. The women are clearly unstoppable and ready to do whatever is needed to get decent rights for themselves. In response, they are dealing with cruelty by the Iranian police. A few days back a girl named Hadis Nafaji was shot six times on her face and neck, as per the news. The shocking incident took place in Karak, by the security forces. Now, there is a video that has been doing rounds on social media with a claim that the girl in the video is Hadis. In the video, which has been shot from behind, a girl can be seen tying her hair into a ponytail and getting ready for the protest.
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A few days back the Judiciary Chief of Iran had also declared that there will no leniency in dealing with the women protestors, and clearly the terrifying results are in front of us. The death of Mahsa Amini became the reason for this protest, but we are seeing no efforts on the part of the government to understand the requirements of their country’s women. Instead, all we see is blood and more deaths. I just hope to see the Iranian women win against all the odds!