Today, Saturday, the Movement for Democracy released the minutes of the meeting for public comment. In a statement, the DDO condemned the Kurdish girl Gina Amin at the hands of the Iranian authorities.
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“The repressive and criminal policies pursued by the Iranian dictatorial protocols in order to capture moral cultures and subjugate them to the powerful criminal regimes of the organs and under far-fetched pretexts are far from morality and humanity.
To kill a woman in such a disgusting way means that everyone today personifies the spirit of moral life, sociability and human dignity.
The assassination of Gina Amin in such a cruel way proved that the Iranian regime continues its racist observer, infringing on scientific and cultural values, and especially on women. The purpose of this exclusivity is the exceptional free will of the brave and courageous woman in the person of Jin Amin, who drew her strength from the philosophy and resistance of modern women who defeated terrorism in the ministry. Gina wanted to break down the barriers and restrictions of slavery placed on women by the mentality of the repressive Iraqi Iranian criminal regime, which is in no way inferior to the Turkish fascist regime, which is about one medal on a large scale and has a large number of hidden cases of socialization of people and minorities.
Gina Amin has become a symbol of a new convention that has turned all the cities of Rojhilat and Iranian cities into centers of resistance to tyrannical Iranian structures. Everyone took to the streets and protests and mass protests.
We, the Movement for a Democratic Society, call on all our Kurdish people, all the peoples of Iran for political and economic reasons, public society organizations, human rights and feminist organizations in general, to support the Iranian people in the fight against this terrible machine and repression.”