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Jerusalem – The morality police of the Islamic Republic of Iran are embroiled in a horrific brutal case over the alleged murder of a 22-year-old woman who was arrested for failing to comply with a radical theocratic state law requiring women to cover their hair.
The case of Masha Amini, who died Friday in Tehran, has sparked widespread anger among Iranian Americans who are urging President Biden to refuse to grant a visa to Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi to prevent him from attending meetings of the United Nations General Assembly, where he will address the international organization. next week.
“Masha was from my hometown of Saqqaz. She was a brave Kurdish girl. She was killed by government agents because brave Iranian women are defying the symbols of the Islamic government wherever they can and refusing to follow the laws of slavery,” Sardar Pachai, the former head of the Greco-Roman Iran national wrestling team, told Fox News Digital. .
“People not only consider a few police officers responsible for Masha’s murder, but they consider Ali Khamenei directly [Supreme Leader of Iran]Ibrahim Raisi and Muhammad Khatami [former president of Iran] as accomplices in this crime.”
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He stressed that the Iranian people blame the clerics in the regime who cited responsibility for Amini’s killing because they “demand from their platforms to suppress the opposition and encourage the so-called morality police. People are very angry at this situation, and this anger will happen.” One day they brought down the mullahs’ government.”
According to eyewitnesses, the Iranian morality police arrested Masha Amini Tuesday in Tehran for failing to wear the hijab (the veil) and she was beaten while in a police car. Amini fell into a coma and died on Friday.
Masha Kiarach’s brother witnessed his sister’s abduction by the “Letters Patrol”, and told the IranWire news organization that he had gone to court in Tehran to file a complaint.
He said, “I will follow it.” “But you know how the system works,” he said, referring to allegations that the Iranian judiciary is corrupt, only loyal to the regime and opaque.
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“I will not allow this to end in silence,” Kiarach said. I will tell everyone in Iran what happened.”
Iranian police denied Amini’s death, claiming that the young woman “suddenly suffered from a heart problem.”
The Trump administration has punished the so-called “Butcher of Tehran,” the president of Iran, for his role in the mass murder of 5,000 Iranians in 1988 and an additional 1,500 Iranians in 2019.
“This is yet another horrific and unscrupulous crime by the Islamic Republic that we have never heard of,” Lisa Daftary, an expert on Iran-US foreign policy, told Fox News Digital. “This latest attack shows the bravery of the regime, a few days before Iranian President Raisi heads to New York to participate in the United Nations General Assembly. [United Nations General Assembly].
“Instead of showing ‘good behavior’ in light of all the opposition to his visit to the United States, the regime continues to flex its muscles and brutally end the life of an innocent 22-year-old girl just for the way she wears her hijab.”
Video footage surfaced on Friday showing street protests in Iran against the regime over the reported killing of Amini. “Down with the dictator,” the demonstrators chanted.
According to Iranian news Twitter handle @1500tasvir_en, “A group of women in Tehran took off their headscarves and blocked the street to protest the killing of Masha Amini by the Islamic Republic’s Hijab Police, chanting ‘ISIS, ISIS’.”
Robert Malley, the Biden administration’s special envoy to Iran, criticized Amini’s death as “appalling.”
“According to the staff of Al-Kasra Hospital in Tehran, last night, the floor where Mahsa (Zeina) Amini’s room was located was vacated, and several ‘medical professionals’ who had not been seen by any of the hospital staff were brought in by agents on her side,” said an American researcher. Iranian “Banfashez Zand” for Fox News Digital.
“The regime now claims that Mahsa had a heart attack while in detention, but it is clear to everyone that she suffered serious injuries from the beatings she received during arrest as they hit her head (as seen in the video) on the car. The door and beyond.. My question to contemporary Western women is liberation you and not me?
Despite Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s statement Monday that a new nuclear deal with Iran in the short term seems unlikely given Iran’s latest response, critics of the Biden administration claim that the administration remains intent on securing a nuclear weapons deal with the Iranian regime that relinquishes rights The human. .
“With one massive human rights violation after another, the regime continues to test the moral resolve of the free world, and what satisfies it so much, it finds nothing,” Maryam Mimar Sadeghi, a fellow at the Macdonald Laurier Institute, told Fox News Digital.
“The West is bent on appeasing Khamenei’s Islamic gang, having learned nothing from its failed attitude toward Putin. It is a policy that not only endangers Iranian lives. It is a fundamental threat to global security. Biden’s myopic focus on nuclear weapons has only strengthened the regime.” .
Fox News Digital sent press inquiries to the Iranian Foreign Ministry and its permanent mission to the United Nations.