The Iranian authorities commit gross violations and willfulness, especially in relation to women. For example, an Iranian official’s police recently arrested a Kurdish woman, Jina Amin, for wearing the hijab incorrectly. Amin’s tragedy as a result of torture.
After this mass protest, women in Rojhilat took to the streets to protest. In protest, the women cut their hair and take off their hats. The uprising of the people of Rojhilat spread to almost all of Iran.
BRUTAL TORTURE ON WOMEN
Member of the Coordinating Council of the Star Congress in Aleppo Amine Hidro condemned the victims of the Kurdish woman Gina Amin, as well as other cases of killings, crimes and torture against women committed in Iran.
Amin Khidro said cases against women in total states are only gaining ground. She stated: “Violence against women is on the rise, women are becoming victims of violent crimes. As women, we are against crime. We support the women’s rebellion in Iran and around the world and join their voice. In Iran, the government deprives women of their legal rights, against their application of strict laws and all forms of struggle.”
Pointing out that a male-dominated culture is necessary for women’s freedom, Amin Khidro said that authoritarian decisions view a free woman as a crime against her family, which is dominated by patriarchy.
Noting cases of attacks by Turkish occupiers on the women’s protection system in the northeastern region of medicine, Amin Khidro said: “Women politicians and human rights activists have not yet recovered from the brutality of the Turkish occupiers. An example of this is the death of Hevrin Khalaf and many others.”
Adding that the fight should be intensified as part of leader Abdullah Öcalan’s initiative to increase protection against violations, Amin Khidro said that the actions of women in Rojhilat are not to take off the hijab, but to get involved, win their rights and win tyranny.