(Worthy News) – Protests across Iran entered their fifth day Tuesday after Iran’s morality police arrested and beat a 22-year-old woman for wearing an “improper” hijab. The woman died of her injuries.
Iran’s security forces on Monday opened fire on protesters in the Kurdish region, killing three. Two of the people killed were from Saqez, the hometown of Mahsa Amini, the woman who died in custody.
Iran’s morality police last week arrested Amini for wearing “unsuitable attire,” which the U.S. State Department has identified as an “improper” hijab. Amini sustained “injuries” while in custody that caused her death, the State Department found. [ Source: Washington Free Beacon (Read More…) ]
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