Inside Iran's Protest Movement

Women in Iran have been protesting against compulsory veiling since September, with over 200 protesters reportedly killed in the clashes. Around the world, demonstrations have been held in solidarity. Subscribe to Journeyman here: The protests raging in Iran primarily target compulsory veiling - but the movement calls for systemic change, according to protester Asal: 'There is a lot of anger hidden in society.


Inside Iran's Protest Movement

After a month of revolt in Iran, the mobilization does not weaken despite the repression of the police forces. The women who remove their veils and cut their hair have inspired a large-scale movement. From Tehran, a doctor and her husband filmed themselves with their phones to bring footage that reflects the true reality of the opposition movement against the religious dictatorship.

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