Sep 30, 2022
On September 13th, a 22 year old Kurdish girl named Mahsa Amini, who had come to Tehran for a mini vacation with her family was detained by the "Morality Police" for having improper hijab or head covering. 3 days later, she was declared brain dead in an ICU and her body was returned to her grieving family.
One week later, a young artist by the name of Shervin Hajipour,
had performed a song by tying together people's tweets about why
they are demonstrating in protest.
It's bigger than Mahsa Amini. It's bigger than Hijab.
The song had garnered millions of listeneres.
24 hours later, Shervin was arrested by the Iranian governement and his song was removed from his social media accounts.
If you want to help out and let the rest of the people who are demonstrating to remember her name, what can you do?
What is the least you could do?
If you are faced with helplessness about what it happening thousands of miles away from where you live, how can you act so you can have an impact?
There is so much injustice in this world.
Right now, in the country of Iran there are people who are demonstrating for their rights to have freedom of choice. The choice to live in a free world.
On Saturday, October 1st, I am holding a Q and A zoom meeting to answer questions for you as well as share with you steps you can take to support and honor the likes of Mahsa and Shervin.
To learn more sign up on my website http://www.drfaryal.com