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Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khomeini opened up about the hijab protest ATN News

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Puber Kalam Webdesk: 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died in police custody. And this death has ignited a fire in Iran. Thousands of people took to the streets to protest against the strict law on wearing hijab. That protest is also being suppressed with strict hands. According to the Iran Human Rights Organization, 92 people have died in clashes with the police so far. In this situation, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khomeini said on Monday that he blamed the United States and Israel for “causing chaos” in Iran.

The supreme leader of Iran opened his mouth for the first time about the unrest that has been created across the country after the death of Mahsa.
Khomeini did not think the storm of protest against Mahsa Amini’s death as a “tragic incident” was correct. According to him such reactions are ‘planned’ and ‘not normal’. Khomeini said, the death of the young woman is a tragic event. We are also saddened by this incident. But creating insecurity for some people, burning Qurans, mosques, banks and people’s cars, removing hijab from women is not the right response. These are not normal tasks. These were planned.

It should be noted that on September 16, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died in the custody of Niti Police. Her death sparked a movement against the strict hijab in Iran. Since that incident, there have been widespread protests against the hijab across Iran. Protests are turning violent in various regions. Women are leading. They are protesting by burning hijab and cutting their hair. The flame of this protest has spread beyond Iran to Afghanistan and France.

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