The protests triggered by the death of the young woman have so far left at least 160 dead, including twenty minors, according to the NGO Iran Human Rights (IHR), based in Oslo, Norway.

Saturday October 29, 2022 4:04 p.m.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has been the scene of a wave of demonstrations since September 16, following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman who died three days after being detained in Tehran.

Amini was apprehended by the “Gasht-e-Ershad”, better known as the morality police, who accused her of breaking the strict dress code in that country.

The situation gave rise to demonstrations that spread to the rest of the world and have been going on for seven weeks now. In this context, there was a call for this Saturday in Chile, specifically in front of the National Library, where Iranians residing in our country and other movements such as the 8M Feminist Coordinator participated.

“Today, we repeat once again on this day of October 29, that Western governments have a duty to act without delay,” read a public statement regarding the protest.

The text warned that “the people of Iran do not depend on the decisions of foreign governments, but on their own bitter experiences of the last forty years to determine their own destiny through the courageous leadership of Iranian women and youth until their nation achieve freedom and justice”.

The protests triggered by the death of the young woman have so far left at least 160 dead, including twenty minors. This was reported by the NGO Iran Human Rights (IHR), based in Oslo, Norway.

Photo: Aton Agency.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has been the scene of a wave of demonstrations since September 16, following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman who died three days after being detained in Tehran.

Amini was apprehended by the “Gasht-e-Ershad”, better known as the morality police, who accused her of breaking the strict dress code in that country.

The situation gave rise to demonstrations that spread to the rest of the world and have been going on for seven weeks now. In this context, there was a call for this Saturday in Chile, specifically in front of the National Library, where Iranians residing in our country and other movements such as the 8M Feminist Coordinator participated.

“Today, we repeat once again on this day of October 29, that Western governments have a duty to act without delay,” read a public statement regarding the protest.

The text warned that “the people of Iran do not depend on the decisions of foreign governments, but on their own bitter experiences of the last forty years to determine their own destiny through the courageous leadership of Iranian women and youth until their nation achieve freedom and justice”.

The protests triggered by the death of the young woman have so far left at least 160 dead, including twenty minors. This was reported by the NGO Iran Human Rights (IHR), based in Oslo, Norway.

Photo: Aton Agency.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has been the scene of a wave of demonstrations since September 16, following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman who died three days after being detained in Tehran.

Amini was apprehended by the “Gasht-e-Ershad”, better known as the morality police, who accused her of breaking the strict dress code in that country.

The situation gave rise to demonstrations that spread to the rest of the world and have been going on for seven weeks now. In this context, there was a call for this Saturday in Chile, specifically in front of the National Library, where Iranians residing in our country and other movements such as the 8M Feminist Coordinator participated.

“Today, we repeat once again on this day of October 29, that Western governments have a duty to act without delay,” read a public statement regarding the protest.

The text warned that “the people of Iran do not depend on the decisions of foreign governments, but on their own bitter experiences of the last forty years to determine their own destiny through the courageous leadership of Iranian women and youth until their nation achieve freedom and justice”.

The protests triggered by the death of the young woman have so far left at least 160 dead, including twenty minors. This was reported by the NGO Iran Human Rights (IHR), based in Oslo, Norway.

Photo: Aton Agency.

Source: radio.uchile.cl

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