Video. Feminist revolution in Iran: Last pictures of 20-year-old Hadis Nafaji, killed by six bullets by riot forces

An Iranian journalist is aware of the death of a young protester, Hadis Nadabaji, this Sunday, September 25, while protests against the regime and the country’s dress code have not weakened.

He appeared as a militant in amateur videos during demonstrations against the Islamic regime’s oppression in Iran. Hadis Natafaji (20) was shot dead by security forces in Karaj town, without veil and without fear.

It was his sister who broke the news to Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad on Sunday, September 25.

The tragedy comes after the death of another woman, Mahasa Amini, three days after she was arrested in Tehran for not respecting the dress code for women in the Islamic Republic of Iran and for “wearing inappropriate clothes”.

The Islamic Republic killed this woman for wearing a hijab.

“22-year-old Mahza Amini died today,” the source said, after days in a coma.

She was beaten by morality guards for wearing a “bad hijab”.

Iranian women are outraged. Mandatory hijab is a pillar of religious authoritarianism.

— Masih Alinejad \ud83c\udff3\ufe0f (@AlinejadMasih) September 16, 2022

His death marked the starting point of nine days of protests 51 people, according to a report by the NGO Human Rights. Among them, Hasni Nadabaji’s death moved the Twittersphere deeply. Her latest video, posted on social media on September 24, shows her from behind, without a veil, tying her hair. Just before he was shot dead by the police.

\ud83c\udfa5 Hadith, a woman who tied her hair, was shot dead in the middle of the protest square.

News and reactions to Iran’s protests on the live coverage page of the Euronews website:

— euronews Farsi (@euronews_pe) September 25, 2022

The country’s president, Ebrahim Raisi, had earlier urged security forces to “take firm action against those who undermine the security and peace of the country and its people,” AFP reported.

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