Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Breaking: Iranian women sentenced to 10 years for sharing videos of hijab removal

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Iranian rulers freaking out as women have started rebelling against Sharia law.
According to a new law in Iran women face 10 years for sharing videos of hijab removal.
The announcement specifically named the US-based Human rights activist Masih Alinejad, which since 2014 has been inviting Iranian women to post pictures of themselves without the hijab on social media and film the attacks and harassers they are experiencing under the hashtag #MyCameraIsMyWeapon.
Make no mistake, Iran's rulers biggest fear is not Trump.
Their biggest fear is the women of Iran who have declared the "women's revolution."

Masih Alinejad says what a vast majority of Iranians think. The Islamic Republic is Iran’s biggest enemy. She gives a voice to the oppressed Iranian people.
In response to the new law in Iran Ms Alinejad shared this video (embedded below) with the following description:
"...I call on world media, female politicians, #MeToo
movement: Yesterday Iranian judiciary system said women who film their harassers will face up to 10 years in jail. They want to silence us. Don’t let them.#MyCameraIsMyWeapon #WhiteWednesdays..."

This woman who fled Iran as a refugee gives a voice to the silenced women in the Islamic Republic of Iran whose rights are being brutally violated by the terror regime.
Please show support to the people of Iran, share this video all over social networks.