Hadas Najafi was twenty years old. Like thousands of other Iranian girls and women, she took to the streets to protest the death of Mahsa Amini, two years her senior, who died after being arrested by Tehran’s morality police on suspicion of wearing the Islamic headscarf. Hadas Najafi was twenty years old, and during a demonstration in the city square of Karaj she was shot dead.. The police actually decided to use the hard line to quell the protests and shot the protesters. The sister reported on social media that Huds was fired six times in the head, neck, chest and abdomen.
Pictures of the smiling girl were also spread on social media at these hours, and the last video depicted her collecting her blonde hair in a ponytail before joining the demonstrations. A final photo of his bloodied face is attached to the previous photos. She was killed by six bullets. Champion’s intuition.
More than forty people died after they took to the streets and squares of Iran to report the death of Mahsa Amini. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators participated in demonstrations that the Iranian police suppressed them with blood, they said The bulletin issued by Arab TV station, which talked about 41 deaths. The protests continued throughout the night and into the early hours of the day in Tehran and other Iranian cities, as evidenced by various videos circulated on social media.
The Iranian government accused the United States of supporting the “rioters”.They are the thousands of protesters who in recent days competed with the Tehran regime after Mahsa’s death. According to Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabadollahian, “peaceful protests are the right of every nation. However, the United States’ interference in Iranian affairs and support for the “rioters” in carrying out their destabilizing project clearly contradicts Washington’s diplomatic messages to Iran regarding the need for a nuclear agreement and stability in the region. The semi-official ISNA news agency reported this.
“For the European Union and its member states, the widespread and disproportionate use of force against peaceful protesters is unjustified and unacceptable. People in Iran, as elsewhere, have the right to peaceful protest. This right must be guaranteed in Iran. The circumstance “provides in Memorandum to the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Policy, Josep Borrell.
Borrell notes over the past week that “women and men across Iran have exercised their basic right to assemble and protest. A growing number of reports indicate that despite repeated calls for restraint, the response of Iranian security forces and police in the demonstrations has been disproportionate and has resulted in casualties The decision to impose severe restrictions on internet access by the relevant Iranian authorities and ban instant messaging platforms is another cause for concern, as it clearly violates freedom of expression.” The European Union and its member states “continue to urge the Iranian authorities to strictly respect the principles enshrined in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, to which Iran is a party.”
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