Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Women's March without a hijab in Iran against real oppression - Why is the media silent?

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Fearless ex-muslim woman posted this video on social media to raise awareness of women's struggle against sharia laws in Iran.
This is what real Women's March looks like. Teenage girls in Iran marched through the streets of Tehran without hijabs to protest against Islamic oppression. They face heavy prison sentences and dozens of lashes.
The video was posted on social media with the following description:
"...For 40 years, Iran's rulers have imposed hijab on women, starting with schoolgirls. Many schoolgirls in Iran have been sending us videos like this. They're fed up with compulsory hijab, especially when it's so hot. This generation of Iranians is rebellious. #WhiteWednesdays..."
Women all over Iran are taking off their hijabs, despite the immense risk in doing so, while in the West “feminists” are celebrating the hijab.
If you support the right of women in Iran to remove the veil, share this video to raise awareness about the oppression of women under Sharia law in Iran.