IranianDetained in Turkey on the grounds that the headscarf was not covered in accordance with the rules. Mahsa AminiThe protests, which started after the death of , entered the 10th day yesterday. While the police responded harshly to the demonstrators, the number of people who lost their lives in the clashes rose to 41. About 1200 protesters were also detained.
ACTIVIST PHENOMENA DIED BY POLICE BULLET
The death of 23-year-old activist Hadis Necefi, who is a social media phenomenon, as a result of a police bullet caused great repercussions in her country and around the world. The death of Necefi, who drew attention with his images of clashing with the police without wearing a headscarf, triggered a new wave of rebellion. Necefi’s death, especially Turkey, Israel and Germany resonated in many countries.
ETHNIC TENSION RISE ALSO
Meanwhile, the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini has also triggered the Kurdish movement in Iran again. It is claimed that Mahsa Amini, whose Kurdish name is ‘Jina’, was killed not only because she did not wear the headscarf in accordance with the rules, but also because she was Kurdish. Mahsa Amini, who lives mainly in the Kurdish region of eastern Iran, is known to have visited Tehran, where she was detained by the Moral Police. It is claimed that Mahsa is a member of a Kurdish activist family and therefore tortured. The protests, which started after Amini’s death, first erupted in the eastern provinces of the country, where the Kurdish population is densely populated, such as Kurdistan, Kermanshah and West Azerbaijan. Mahsa Amini was buried with the Kurdish slogan “Jin, Jiyan, Azadi” (Woman, life, freedom) at the funeral in Chios.