Female students lead the protests for Mahsa Jina Amini in Iran
Protests against the murder of Mahsa (Jina) Amini in Iran and East Kurdistan continue uninterrupted. University and high school students organized protests in school yards last night. Young female students chanted the slogan 'Jin, Jîyan, Azadî'.
The rebellion against the murder of Mahsa Amini is expanding in East Kurdistan and Iran on its 18th day. The support for the resistance of the people of East Kurdistan and Iran is gradually increasing all over the world. Last night, people once again took to the streets in East Kurdistan and Iran, with young female students predominating the ongoing protests.
Numerous soldiers have been deployed to the cities of East Kurdistan. Iranian regime forces want to quell the popular resistance by arresting and detaining protesters and cutting off the internet. However, despite the regime crackdown, people took to the streets in the cities of Sine and Kermanshah. University students also took to the streets last night.
Demonstrations continued in Tehran, Mashhad, Esfehan, Tarwêz and Shiraz universities.
In some secondary schools, young women took off their headscarves. They chanted the slogan 'Jin, Jîyan, Azadî' Azadî' (Woman, Life, Freedom) in school yards. Students painted 'Jin, Jîyan, Azadî' graffiti on school walls.
Students in many schools in Tehran took to the streets and chanted slogans against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
In the city of Kercewê, young female students took off their hats and expelled a school employee out of the school building.