They do not hint to subside in Iran the protests sparked by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who died three days after being arrested by the moral police for not wearing thehijab, the Islamic veil. From Monday 3 October, the demonstrations indeed they have extended to university and at schools Iranian women, especially female ones, after the security forces have besieged the prestigious Sharif University of Technology in Tehran beating and arresting dozens of students protesting on campus. In a new video posted online, according to Bbc shot yesterday in the southern city of Shirazyou see hundreds of young female students contesting a militiaman of the feared Iranian paramilitary force Basij. The man was holding a rally near a girls’ school when the girls took off their veils and, waving it in the air, started shouting at him: “Go away, Basij!”. Basij militias helped security forces crack down on protests, which came to 19th consecutive day. According to Iran human rightsan NGO based in Oslo, at least 154, including nine minors, have been killed in clashes with the police in these three weeks.
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