Weekend Reads Central Council of Muslims condemns violence against demonstrators in Iran

06:10  28 september  2022
06:10  28 september  2022 Source:   rp-online.de

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Berlin/Paris/New York. In an interview, the Central Council of Muslims in Germany confirms its respect for the courage of demonstrating women in Iran. So far, 76 people have died in protests. Iranians also took to the streets on Tuesday.

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The Central Council of Muslims in Germany (ZMD) condemned the violence of Iranian security forces to demonstrators. "Many German Muslims have great respect for the courage of the protesting women on Iranian streets," said ZMD chairman Aiman ​​Mazyek to the editorial network Germany (RND/Wednesday). "They fear for demonstrators who are brutally lying down by Iranian security forces."

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also warned Mazyek against the fact that the development in Iran is used here "to again be able to do the enemy image Muslim Sowing up and so discord between Muslims and non -Muslims ”. As an example, he cited the color attack on a mosque in Hamburg at the weekend, in which a 71-year-old was slightly injured.

In a current hour, the Bundestag debates the nationwide protests in Iran on Wednesday. The trigger was the death of 22-year-old Kurdin Mahsa Amini, who was arrested by the Iranian “Sion Police” because of the accusation that the Islamic headscarf did not carry the strict regulations accordingly. Mazyek emphasized that from a Muslim perspective there should be "neither a headscarf forced nor a compulsion not to wear a headscarf". Meanwhile,

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have once again taken to the streets in several cities in Iran on Tuesday evening - in the twelfth night in a row. According to media reports, several women decreased in different cities. A man is said to have lit a banner by the top spiritual leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Chamenei. Activists reported that, given a internet lock, it would be more difficult to spread video material.

The security forces in Iran are violent against the protests. According to activists, at least 76 people have been killed in the protests that have been in last twelve days. According to the non -governmental organization Iran Human Rights (you) based in Oslo, there were also six women and four children. According to FARS,

authorities spoke of “about 60 deaths” so far. According to the official news agency IRNA, the police reported ten dead officials. It was unclear whether they were among the 60 deaths.

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The authorities said on Monday that more than 1200 people had been arrested. On Tuesday, the authorities arrested the daughter of former President Akbar Haschemi Rafsandschani in the east of Tehran because of incitement to protests, as the Tasnim news agency reported.

The women's rights activist had already conflict several times with the laws of the Islamic Republic. Her father had campaigned for better relationships with the West.

After the violent procedure of security forces against protesters, the UN women's organization and women agreed to support women in Iran. "We ask the responsible authorities to support and enable the exercise of the complete human rights in a safe environment without fear of violence, indictment or persecution," said a message published on Wednesday night. The women should be allowed to protest according to injustice without being exposed to reprisals. You would have the right to physical autonomy, that also includes choosing your clothes.

The UN women's organization asked the Iranian authorities to examine Amini's death independently, impartial and immediately. The results of the investigation would have to be published and the perpetrators were held accountable.

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