Iranian youth continue to defy the regime despite the brutal repression they suffer thousands of lives. Now they have launched a new form of protest to ridicule the Islamic government of the ayatollahs. This is nothing but removing the turban from the Shiite ayatollahs.
The new form of youth protest is to take off the turbans of the clergy whose leaders impose rules on the morality police, rules that violate human rights. These agents detained the young Iranian DrMasha Amini is of Kurdish descent for wearing the hijab incorrectly and ends up dying at the police station.
In recent days, videos have been repeated on social media in which runaway boys and girls remove their headscarves from religious people and throw them to the ground. Totally a symbol
These days I have received many videos from inside Iran where boys and girls cut off the turbans of clerics as part of the anti-regime protests.
Removing the clerics’ turban turned into an act of protest after the regime killed hundreds of innocent protesters. # soup pic.twitter.com/guoOrwIhca
– Masih Alinejad 🏳️ (AlinejadMasih) November 2, 2022
This initiative, which is widespread in many parts of the country, has caused some clerics to tie their turbans. This new form of protest is added, in addition to street demonstrations, to images of women taking off their headscarves in public or cutting a lock of their hair.
Another unusual event showing how young people are defying the system this week when students at a university tore down a wall dividing the separation between men and women.