In a breaking news, Israel is threatening to cut off “the head of the snake” and launch an attack against Iran if Hezbollah joins the war. Israel's Minister of Economy Nir Barkat said Iran's Ayatollahs will be “wiped off the face of the earth” We will not just retaliate to those fronts, but we will go to the head of the snake, which is Iran," says clear message.
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Swedish MP Abir-Al-Sahlani cut her hair in support of the ongoing wide-spread anti-hijab protests. By doing so, she called for EU action against Iran. She said, “until Iran is free our fury will be bigger than our oppressors. Until you, the women of Iran are free, we are going to stand with you”. Anti-hijab protests have broken out across the world following the custodial death of Mahsa Amini.
Taliban Force Fire Shots Into Air To Disperse Women’s Anti-Hijab Protest Outside Iranian Embassy In Kabul
To disperse women’s rally amid the anti-hijab protests in Afghanistan, the Taliban forces fired shots into the air. This has come as around 25 Afghan women protested outside the Iranian embassy in Kabul. The officials also snatched the banners from the women and reportedly tore them. Protests have broken out in several parts of the world including Afghanistan, following the custodial death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in Iran.
Following the death of Mahsa Amini, violent protests broke out in London, outside the Iran embassy. Reportedly, rocks were thrown at police, and five persons have been arrested for the same. Mahsa Amini was arrested by Iran’s morality police for allegedly not wearing hijab. She was reportedly beaten to death in police custody, and lost her life on September 16. Protests have broken out across the world, condemning the act.
Amid the ongoing deadly anti-hijab protests in Iran, at least 31 civilians have been killed in a crackdown by security forces. Reportedly, protests are taking place across 30 cities and other urban centres. Meanwhile, mass arrests are taking place, to control the wide protests. Iran is witnessing massive protests following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini who was in police custody for violating the dress code and hijab rules.
United Nations experts have strongly condemned the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. Mahsa Amini was allegedly killed in police custody in Iran for wearing an “improper hijab” and failing to comply with Iran’s strict rules on women’s dress. UN also said that the officials need to be held accountable for the death of Amini. “She is another victim of Iran’s sustained repression and systematic discrimination against women,” said experts.
The 24-year-old man accused of Salman Rushdie's attempted murder has denied any contact with Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps and stated that he "acted alone" when he stabbed the Mumbai-born novelist, whom he despised for being "disingenuous." Hadi Matar was detained and convicted of second-degree attempted murder and assault. Matar denied any interaction with Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and suggested he was working entirely on… read-more
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Social media users have noticed an Iranian man's uncanny similarity to Johnny Depp. The man's video was initially uploaded to TikTok when he was in Tabriz, Iran, for a religious ritual. Thousands of others were shocked to discover how much Depp resembled the actor when the video was later posted on other websites like Reddit. He goes by the name Amin Sa'les… read-more
Salman Rushdie and his fans are responsible for the novelist's attack stated Iran's Foreign Ministry on August 15. Rushdie is recuperating after being stabbed during a public event in New York. Ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanaani told, "During the attack on Salman Rushdie, we do not consider anyone other than himself and his supporters worthy of reproach, reproach and condemnation... No one has the right to accuse Iran in this regard." … read-more
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Iran has executed three women in a single day, for charges of murdering their husbands, informed an NGO, on July 29. According to activists, cases of women killing their husbands have increased in the recent times. Most of these women have abusive husbands or were married off as child brides. In 2022, at least 10 women have been hanged in Iran for the same offence.