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Leah Remini For “Mahsa Amini Protest”, Ties Her Hair For A Fight Against Iran Government

“The world is watching!”, is what American Leah Remini wants to convey to the Iran government, “the biggest terrorist for its own people”. After Sam Asghari, Leah Remini has come forward to show her support to the people of Iran in their continuing fight against the horrible government and showcased her support for the Mahsa Amini protest, which is taking place on that side of the world.

Tying The Hair Up Before A Fight!

A few days back, Sam Asgahri took to his Instagram, to reveal the dark side of Iran, and how women are struggling amid the horrible government that has taken away everything from its people. Now, Leah Marie Remini, rushed to her Instagram with a strong message, showcasing her support for this protest.

In an Instagram video, Leah Remini can be seen tying her hair up as she faces the other side of the camera. The 52-year-old star wrote: “Where I’m from when a woman puts her hair up like this, she’s getting ready to fight.” With this strong gesture, she continued to explain how the people of Iran, especially women and girls, have been doing for the last 18 days.

Leah revealed that these women and girls are not only fighting for their freedom and their lives but also against their own country. As Sam Asghari, who is of pure Persian blood, explained how after 1979, “the Islamic Republic regime took over and forced its ideology, propaganda and dictatorship on the people. It slaughtered, murdered and stole from innocent people.” The condition of Iran continues to worsen.

She continued in her message, ” I’m putting my hair up in solidarity with them to bring attention to their continued fight and to acknowledge that this is a marathon, not a sprint.” She believes that everyone has to be in this fight with the people of Iran, not via a few tweets but for as long as it takes for them to gain freedom.

Leah Stands For Mahsa Amini!

As for the Mahsa Amini protest, Leah wrote, “And let’s not forget, this is about freedom in all respects, not just freedom from the compulsory hijab.” She urged her 3.5 million followers to join her in continuing to bring attention to this fight. She wrote: “You can all do it from the comfort of your homes while the people of Iran risk it all.”

Leah concluded, “The Islamic Republic is hoping we’ll get distracted, but we must let them know that the world is watching and that we stand with the people of Iran no matter how long it takes.” She also tagged #mahsaamini, #zhinaamini and #iran in the end.

Her post has garnered more than 64k likes. Many people took to the comment section to express their views. One wrote, “Right there with you.” Another wrote, “Yes!!!!! Absolutely! So well said!”. One fan expressed, “freedom to hijab, freedom not to. Freedom to choose. For all of us. Femme. Vie. Liberté.”

As for the critics, One conservative fan sarcastically said, “What’s the hairstyle to show how you support Americans in the fight from the tyrannical Biden administration nightmare.” Another fan mocked her and said, “Where I come from, it means something completely different 👀”

In the comment section, one fan even urged Leah Remini to consider supporting Palestine women. He wrote, “Let’s support Palestinian women who live in apartheid Israel. 3 large human rights organisations HRW and Amnesty International and Btselem have called it apartheid.”

He explained that 48 women have been killed since Jan 2022, and apartheid Israel has been described as far worse than apartheid by many. He revealed that “children are being killed at a rate of 1 every 3 days”. Not only this but they are also being intentionally harassed and imprisoned. If you want to watch what’s going on with Palestinians, check out GazaFightsForFreedom.com and TheEmpireFiles.TV.

The Mahsa Amini Case…

As celebrities come forward to support the Mahsa Amini protest, many still do not know what is actually happening in Iran. The country, once ‘run by a great leadership’ before 1979, was known for its rich culture and was respected by others. The Persian empire was the greatest of all, known for its innovation, science, mathematics and poetry.

However, after the Islamic Republic regime took over and forced its ideology, propaganda and dictatorship on the people. It slaughtered, murdered and stole from innocent people.” Now, Iran is hated by every single country because of its horrible government and for being the biggest sponsor of terrorism. If you’re not aware, Iran has undergone a negative change since “the Iranian Revolution noticed the Islamic republic come into energy beneath Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.”

Recently, Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old innocent girl, lost her life following her detention by the country’s morality police for “improper hijab”. This sparked protests across the country as women protesters continue to cut their hair and burn hijabs. Many protestors from Iran have sought help from American celebrities to highlight the issue on the world stage.

The innocent girl was severely beaten by Guidance Patrol officers, an assertion which has been denied by Iranian authorities. The Mahsa Amini protests began in Tehran on Sept. 16, 2022, against the government, and have resulted in civil unrest. Protests first began at the hospital where Amini was treated and then quickly spread to other cities, from Amini’s home province of Kurdistan to cities like Saqqez, Divandarreh, Baneh and Bijar.  

As a result, civilians have been barred from internet access, and shockingly, at least 154 protestors have been killed as a result of the government’s intervention. The Iranian government has used tear gas and live rounds, making it the deadliest protest since the 2019-2020 protests.

Nothing has been done, except for the fact that the United States Department of the Treasury has sanctioned the Guidance Patrol and several high-ranking Iranian officials. And yea, the war of narratives is being fought on social media. What do you think can be done to help?

I am Mallika Singh, a lawyer and writer by profession. Writing gives me a sense of freedom and independence. I am a keen observer and an ardent reader. When not at work, you can find me at the stable. Horse riding is another passion that keeps me going.


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