Iran protests rage for Mahsa Amini’s death
Iran protests rage for Mahsa Amini’s death: The father of an Iranian woman who passed away last week while being held by the police has charged the authorities with lying about her passing. Despite the government’s attempt to quell unrest by shutting off the internet, protests continue to flare across the country. Because of this, widespread protests continue despite the government’s attempt to stop dissent by shutting off the internet.
She died, according to Iranian police officials, after having a “heart attack” and going into a coma. Although her family claims she had no heart disease. Mahsa Amini collapsed at a “re-education” center where she was taken by the morality police. To get “guidance” on her clothing. according to CCTV footage that was made public by Iran’s official media. Anger over her death has grown since her passing, spreading to include topics like freedoms in the Islamic Republic and the damaging effects of sanctions on the economy.
In villages and cities all around Iran, protests and violent altercations with police have taken place. Mobile networks are virtually down in Iran. And access to WhatsApp and Instagram is constraining for Iran citizens. In late 2019, as fuel prices rose by as much as 300%, authorities attempted to stop, at that time, Iran experienced a severe blackout. That was the biggest internet blackout for Iran.
On September 21, dozens of protesters demonstrate in Tehran, Iran, in opposition to Mahsa Amini’s passing.
Iran protests rage for Mahsa Amini’s death:
Riot police were sent in to disperse demonstrators in Tehran on Wednesday night and were spotted detaining many people.
According to the human rights organization Amnesty International, conflicts during the protests have resulted in at least eight deaths in recent days, including a teenager.
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