TIME Names Iranian Women “Heroes of the Year” – WORLD

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Protests erupted across the country after 22-year-old Mahsa Amini passed away after being detained for not following “hijab rules”.While the protests have been going on for about 3 months, TIME magazine described Iranian women as “educated, secular, liberal”. Former Time columnist Azadeh Moaveni, A photo of a woman named Shima wrote: “I am proud of myself and the women of my country who stand up for their rights more courageously than any man in the world.” patrols of Irshad, known as the “vice police”, “for non-compliance with the rules of wearing the hijab.” Mahsa AminiThe protests that began with the death of A.D. September 16, ongoing.The Iranian Security Council said that 200 people were killed during the protests, which lasted about 3 months. Emir Ali Hajizadesaid in a speech on November 29 that more than 300 people, including security officials, had died. Mahsa EminiIt was reported that 448 protesters died as a result of the intervention of the security forces in the street demonstrations that began after the death.

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