29 Hijab Protesters Arrested In Tehran

Hijab protestersGreater Tehran District police officers were able to arrest 29 people affiliated with the Stealthy Freedom Campaign in Tehran.
“The police arrested 29 people who disrupted social security and introduced them to the Judiciary,” The Tehran Police Information Centre announced in a statement. (YJC state-run Website, Fanous News state-run Website – Feb. 1, 2018)

NOTE: A group of women started a movement about a month ago in Tehran and other Iranian cities against the mandatory veil. It all started when a woman by the name of Vida Movahed took off her scarf and waved it on a stick in Enghelab Street. After this move, other women in Tehran and other cities followed suit and published the images on social media.


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