Thursday, August 1, 2019

Iran Kills Women Who Protested 'Hijab' - Why Are "Feminist" US Congress Members Silent?

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According to a new law in Iran women face 10 years in prison for sharing videos of hijab removal. Women who remove the veil in public as an act of protest against the Islamic oppression face death sentence or life imprisonment on charges of treason.
Prisoners in Iranian jail are subjected to physical and mental torture, many regime opponents are killed during the prison term.
As you can see down below Iranian human rights activist, Masih Alinejad, lashes out at so called "feminist" Muslim Congress Members Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar for being silent and ignoring the brutal women's rights violations by the terrorist regime in Iran.
In a message to members of US Congress, Masih Alinejade wrote:
"When your sisters are given cruel sentences for campaigning against compulsory hijab in the Middle East, it's thee responsibility of the global feminist movement to defend them.
I call on you @IlhanMN, @AOC, @RashidaTlaib to break your silence.
#WhiteWednesdays..."
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