The Muslim regime in Iran spares no means to maintain its power. Mahsa Amini probably killed by the “morality police”. Arrested because her hair was sticking out of the hijab that women are required to wear. According to the Iranian authorities, she died as a result of a heart attack. Eyewitnesses claim that she died as a result of violence when she was arrested. The head is said to have received a blow, which led to a fracture of the skull.
Although it is dangerous to challenge the muslim totalitarian leadership, the protests have been large. The internet has been taken down in Iran, which shows that the police are cracking down hard on the protests. Women burn their hijabs in protest.
The morality police exist to oppress Iran’s 40 million women. It is mandatory to wear head coverings and the morality police can stop women at any time to check that there is not too much hair sticking out, or that they are wearing too much make-up, etc. Iran has a set of different police agencies whose sole aim is to monitor society against anything that may be dangerous to Islam and the authorities.
Mahsa Amini becomes a symbol
The death of Masha Amini is sad, but joins the series of violations of basic human rights committed by the authorities in Tehran. A regime that is forced to use brute force against its own people is what Iran is. Without these various police agencies, the regime would have fallen quickly.
The authorities are under pressure and will investigate the death. The person who will lead the investigation is wanted internationally for the torture and execution of several hundred people. Iran will never hold anyone responsible for the 22-year-old woman’s death. In January 2020, Iran shot down a Ukrainian plane. Iran initially denied that they shot down the plane, however, there were so many films from cellphone cameras that clearly confirmed the shooting down that Iran eventually admitted it. No one has yet been held responsible for the downing of PS752.