VIDEO Iran Viral Video Woman Threatened Another For Not Wearing Hijab In Train See What Happened Next
Iran Women Fight Video Viral: The Hijab issue is still ongoing in Iran. People are demonstrating on the streets, in schools and even in the metro about the forced wearing of the hijab. Now a video of an incident of a fight between two women for wearing hijab in Iran’s metro has come to the fore. In this video it can be seen how two women are seen fighting with each other on the issue of hijab. In this video, a woman is seen threatening another woman for not wearing hijab.
You can see that the dispute continues between the two when another woman comes and pushes the woman who is forcing her to wear hijab out of the train. Women in Iran have stepped up demonstrations for not wearing the hijab and rebelling against the Moral Police.
Masih Alinejad who is an Iranian journalist and activist. He has shared this video on Twitter. Sharing the video, he wrote, “This woman tried to force me to wear hijab, but another woman intervened and pushed her out of the train.”
Alinejad continued, “It shows how Iranian women are united and fed up with the forced hijab.”
“This women tried to force hijab on me but another women intervened and pushed her out of the train”.
Another video shows you how women of Iran are fed up with forced hijab and get united to kick out their oppressors.#LetUsTalk#MyCameraIsMyWeaponpic.twitter.com/kMbskw9257
— Masih Alinejad 🏳️ (@AlinejadMasih) July 16, 2022
Radical government had to bow down
Finally, the fundamentalist government had to bow down in front of the people’s movement against the hijab in the Islamic country of Iran. In view of the ongoing demonstrations for the last 3 months, the government has dissolved all the units of ‘Morality Police’. Mahsa Amini was arrested by the Morality Police for not wearing the proper hijab, 22-year-old Mahsa died in police custody.
Violent demonstrations had started across the country in protest against Mehsa’s death in police custody. Women all over the country started burning the hijab. In support of Mahsa, women all over the world had registered their protest by cutting their braids. In the midst of violent demonstrations that have been going on for almost two months, the government of Iran came on the backfoot and dissolved the Morality Police.
Attorney General confirmed the news
The news agency ISNA quoted Attorney General Mohamed Jaafar Montajeri as saying on Saturday that the ethics police have nothing to do with the judiciary. It has been done away with. Please tell that the morality police was established by hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Its job was to enforce Sharia law.