Saturday, February 22, 2020

In Iran for removing hijab woman gets decades in prison, for leaving Islam she faces death sentence

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In the last election in Iran, the percentage of voters was estimated at 25. After 1500 protesters were murdered and 7000 imprisoned last November, many people are fed up with the regime and stopped taking part in the Islamic Republic dictatorial elections.
As you can see in the video below a women's rights activist who was exiled from Iran explains how the regime brutally oppresses Iran's women.
Women are not allowed to sing, dance, ride bikes or even remove the veil in public. No one in Iran is allowed to leave Islam.
Iran's "Islamic Penal Code" codifies the death penalty for any Iranian who leaves the religion of Islam.
This is why a woman who removes the veil can be sentenced to life in prison or even face the death penalty.
The hijab in Iran symbolizes the Islamic oppression of women under Sharia law.