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Iran will crush these star-killers — UE News

A number of Iranian artistic and sports figures inside and outside the country reacted to the death of Mahsa Amini in the custody of the police command.

Emphasizing the violation of human rights and human dignity by the Islamic Republic, these artists described this young woman as the “bloody and beating heart of Iran”.

Golshifteh Farahani, a well-known international actress, on Friday 25 September, published pictures of the violent treatment of women in Iran by the security and law enforcement officials of the Islamic Republic, and wrote that “It is as if the country has no other problems. While in the West, Muslim women insist on wearing hijab, this is what happens in Iran for not wanting to wear it. (Women) don’t want to go to their paradise.”

Ali Daei, a football star and former national team player of Iran, also wrote: “What did you bring to the times of this land? My daughter asks what happened? What answer do I have?”

Ebrahim Hamidi, a famous singer of Iranian origin known as “Abi”, also republished the song “Rise Up”, emphasizing that “Iranian people will rise and win over this star of death.” Iran will crush this rocket. Mehsa is the bloody and beating heart of Iran.”

Ali Karimi, a famous Iranian football player, also published a sketch of Mehsa Amini’s face and wrote: “Bass Watan!”

Asghar Farhadi, a well-known filmmaker, wrote in a note addressed to Mehsa Amini: “I have been restless since I read your news yesterday. I hate myself, this time.”

He stated that “we have put ourselves to sleep against this endless cruelty”, and emphasized: “We are partners in this crime.”

Anahita Hemti, a film and television actress, also reacted to Mehsa Amini’s death by using hashtags such as “No to violence against women” and “Human dignity”.

Shabnam Moghadami, a movie actress, also wrote: “Even if he had made a mistake, was this his punishment?” … Where is this a Muslim custom? … Pray with us for the awakening of the sleeping conscience of those who did this to you.”
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Mehsa Amini, 22, from Saqqez, who had traveled to Tehran with her family, was arrested on 22 Shahrivar by Gesht Irshad and was taken to the “Moral Security Police” detention center on Vezara Street, and a few hours later, she was taken to Kasri Hospital by ambulance.

Ms. Amini spent three days in a coma and died on Friday, 25 September.

In the latest reactions to this incident, Robert Mali, the special envoy of the US Department of State for Iranian affairs, also expressed his condolences to the family of Mahsa Amini, calling her death “horrific” due to the injuries sustained in detention, and wrote: “Iran must End violence against women for exercising their fundamental rights. Those responsible for his death must be held accountable.”

The atmosphere around the Kasri Hospital, the place where Mehsa Amini died, was reported to be very “security” on Friday night, and the government agents attacked the gathering of people in front of the hospital.

According to reports, the protesters chanted “Death to Khamenei” in this gathering.

Twitter account “1500 Images” reported that protesters in front of Kasri hospital chanted: “I will kill, I will kill, whoever my sister killed.”

Also, a video report shows, while the street is closed and cars are honking continuously, the protesters are chanting “Death to the dictator” and some women removing their headscarves chanting “Shameless ISIS!”


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