Women Are Leading The Charge In Iran… Where Is Their Voice Of Support From Feminist?
The feminist movement is nothing but a front for the alt left funded by George Soros. Their goal is to tear down the United States by any means possible. They could care less about oppressed women around the world.
The American feminists are still trying to convince all Americans the burqa is just a symbol of diversity instead of the sign of oppression Iranian women already know it is.
The most striking images coming out of the Iran human rights protests are not of men – they are of women. And while American media was slow and even hesitant to pick up that anything at all was actually happening – this, while protests ignited for what is now six full days around Iran, nine years after the Green Movement protests began – Twitter was flooded with videos and photos on the ground, in defiance of the Iranian regime’s social media policy.
Almost none was more striking than a young Iranian woman standing atop a container and shedding her hijab – a garment mandated and enforced upon her and all women in Iran – while simultaneously waving it as a flag. It was an act of defiance much like that of the Iranian chess champion Dorsa Derakhshani, who was expelled from competition in Iran for refusing to wear a headscarf in competition.
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) January 2, 2018
There were unconfirmed reports that the unidentified girl was taken into custody and the spot where she stood had become a makeshift shrine, but because of the scattering of information on the ground, there’s no way to confirm that.
Nevertheless, she became an immediate symbol for the growing movement now in its fifth full day. Twitter avatars were changed to an illustration capturing the moment. The drawing was spread on Facebook. But she wasn’t the only one. Read more at Fox News.
#IranProtests: Hundreds of thousands across #Iran chant “We don’t want Islamic Republic!” & “Clerics shame on you, let go of our country!” Woman in video took off her #Hijab to protest Islamic dress code imposed on Iranian women since 1979. #IStandWithHer pic.twitter.com/CHNwrTsWPA
— Mark Vallen (@mark_vallen) December 29, 2017