Spontaneous street protests win woman freedom in Iran

A spontaneous protest in Tehran on Sunday successfully prevented the arrest of a woman by the Iranian regime’s suppressive forces.

According to obtained reports, during a city services exhibit in Tehran, agents of the State Security Forces (SSF) harassed a mother who was walking with her young daughter.

The SSF agents then sought to arrest the woman under the pretext of “mal-veiling,” but she resisted and a verbal clash ensued.

The vocal dispute attracted the attention of bystanders who quickly formed a spontaneous protest forcing the suppressive agents to release the innocent woman.

Recently, other cases have been reported in Iran where people stand up to the regime’s suppressive forces who harass women for “mal-veiling” and prevent arrests.

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