Protests against the regime have reportedly taken place outside the hospital where Amini died
JERUSALEM – A terrible case of violence involving the Islamic Republic of Iran’s morality police involves the alleged murder of a 22-year-old woman who was detained for disobeying the hardline law requiring women to cover their hair.
Iran President Ebrahim Raisi will address the UN General Assembly next week, and the case of Masha Amini, who passed away Friday in Tehran, has sparked widespread outrage among Iranian-Americans. They are pleading with President Biden to deny a visa to Raisi and prevent him from attending the UN General Assembly.
Sardar Pashaei, the former coach of Iran’s national Greco-Roman wrestling team, told Fox News Digital: “Masha was from my hometown, Saqqez. She was a brave Kurdish girl. The agents of the government killed her because brave Iranian women challenge the symbols of the Islamic government wherever they can and refuse to follow the laws of slavery.
The people of Iran immediately view Ali Khamenei, Ebrahim Raisi, and Mohammad Khatami, the former president of Iran, as co-conspirators in Masha’s murder rather than just a small number of police personnel.
People in Iran are very unhappy about this scenario, and this fury will one day bring down the mullahs’ government, he insisted, because “they call from their podiums to crack down on the opposition and promote the so-called morality police.” He blamed regime clerics as the cause of Amini’s death.
Eyewitnesses claim that Masha Amini was detained by the Iranian morality police on Tuesday in Tehran for failing to correctly don a hijab (headscarf) and was abused while being transported in a police van. Amini went into a coma and passed away on Friday.
Masha’s brother Kiarash reported to the news agency Iran Wire that he went to the judiciary in Tehran to lodge a complaint after witnessing his sister being taken away by the “morality police.”
I’ll look into it, he declared. The rebuttal to the charge that Iran’s judiciary is corrupt, only loyal to the regime, and opaque is “but you know how the system works.”
Kiarash declared, “I won’t let this come to a silent conclusion. “I will explain what occurred to everyone in Iran.”
Amini allegedly “suddenly suffered a cardiac condition,” according to Iran’s authorities, who also disputed that she was assassinated.
Iran’s president, known as the “butcher of Tehran,” Hassan Raisi, was sanctioned by the Trump administration for his part in the 1988 and 2019 mass killings of 5,000 and 1,500 Iranians, respectively.
Foreign policy analyst Lisa Daftari, an Iranian-American, told Fox News Digital that this was “another another awful, unforgivable act by the Islamic Republic, the likes of which we never hear about.” Just days before Iranian President Raisi is scheduled to come to New York to attend the UNGA, this most recent strike demonstrates the regime’s burgeoning confidence.
In spite of all the resistance to his travel to the United States, the dictatorship continued to exercise its power and brutally killed a 22-year-old innocent woman because of how she was purportedly wearing her headscarf.
On Friday, videos of Iranian public demonstrations against the regime after the alleged death of Amini surfaced online. “Down to the Dictator,” protesters chanted.
A group of women in Tehran removed their hijabs and blocked the roadway while yelling “ISIS, ISIS” in protest of Masha Amini’s murder by the Hijab Police of the Islamic Republic, according to the Iranian news Twitter account @1500tasvir en.
The Biden administration’s special representative for Iran, Robert Malley, condemned Amini’s passing and dubbed it “appalling.”
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The floor where Mahsa (Zhina) Amini’s room was located at Kasra Hospital in Tehran was reportedly evacuated last night, and several “medical professionals” whom none of the hospital staff had ever seen before had reportedly been brought in by Revolutionary Guards agents, according to hospital employees, Banafsheh Zand, an Iranian-American researcher, told Fox News Digital.
“The regime is now saying that Mahsa had a heart attack while she was being held, but it is obvious to everyone that she had serious injuries from the beating she received during her arrest when they slammed her head (as seen on the videos) on the car door and later. My question to Western modern women is, is emancipation for thee and not for me?”
Biden administration critics assert that the administration is still determined to secure a nuclear weapons deal with Iran’s regime that upholds human rights, despite Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s comments on Monday that a new nuclear deal with Iran occurring in the near future seemed unlikely given Iran’s most recent response.
According to Mariam Memarsadeghi, a fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, “the regime constantly trying for moral resolve from the free world, and much to its satisfaction, finds none, with one serious violation of human rights after another.”
“The West is determined to appease Khamenei’s Islamist cabal, having learned nothing from its unsuccessful stance toward Putin. It is a policy that not only endangers the lives of Iranians but also poses a serious threat to global security. Biden’s narrow focus on the nuclear issue has only served to strengthen the regime.”
Press inquiries were filed by Fox News Digital to Iran’s foreign ministry and its U.N. enduring mission.
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