Protests in Iran condemning the killing of Mahsa Amini remain till the fourth consecutive week


Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Protests in Iran condemning the killing of a young Kurdish woman, Mahsa Amini, after her arrest by the “morality police”, have reached their fourth week.

The Iranian forensic medicine, explained that the death of the Iranian young woman was not a result of an injury to the head or any other member of her body, but rather that the death came because of a disease she had been suffering from since her childhood, according to the forensic medicine report.

In the same matter, the Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi tried to calm the situation through a speech at Al-Zahra University for Girls in Tehran, but his attempt was unsuccessful in calming, the thing that made people in streets continues to protest.

the French government, advised its citizens who visit Iran to “leave the country as soon as possible”, in a reaction that is  the first international reaction.

On the other hand, Protesters who are demonstrating are demanding the truth about why and how Amini died, the abolition of the strict hijab laws and the dissolution of the morality police that enforce these laws.

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