Mahsa Amini – Iranian Woman Beaten to Death by “Morality Police”

Protests Erupted

Mahsa Amini, 22, was arrested on Sept 14 for not wearing a hijab (headscarf) properly — she let her hair show. While in police custody, she fell into a coma and died. But the reason she fell into a coma was reportedly because the “morality police” beat her to death for her “crime.” A CT scan reportedly confirmed that she died of being struck in the head.

Protests and videos of women removing their headscarves and chopping off their hair have spread across Iran after a 22-year-old woman woman died in police custody, arrested for not wearing her hijab, or headscarf, per the Islamic Republic’s strict regulations.

Mahsan Amini, fell into a coma and died of brain trauma after her arrest on Friday by Iran’s “morality police,” Iran International said.

Amini’s condition “was such that she could not be saved nor was surgery possible because her brain tissue was seriously damaged, and it was clear that the patient was not injured by a single punch and must have received many blows to her head,” said Iran International, which spoke to a source at the Tehran-based Kasra Hospital. 

The Center for Human Rights in Iran told the media that Amini was in Tehran to visit relatives at the time of the arrest and that “Amini’s family was told that she was being taken for ‘re-education’ and would be released later that night.” All Arab News


Iran’s morality police arrested Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish-Iranian woman, on Sept. 14 near a train station while visiting the capital with her family. No explanation was offered, but witnesses said that the police accused Amini of failing to properly wear her hijab (headscarf).

The police rushed Amini to hospital shortly after she fell into a coma during her detention, claiming that she had collapsed while in custody, but her family said they saw evidence of beatings. Amini died three days later, but the police deny that Amini was killed.   Fox 

Protests against her death erupted across Iran, with scores of women burning their hijabs and cutting their hair. Shouts of “death to dictator” echoed through the streets.

Iranian woman were not always subjugated. Under the Shah of Iran, prior to 1979, Iranian women were granted suffrage (right to vote), the ability to educate themselves… they could participate fully in society. It wasn’t until the fundamentalist Iranian terrorists took over that the persecution and subjugation began. But the death of Mahsa Amini may be a spark that ignites an uprising againt the mullahs.

Women in Iran 1979 prior to Islamic Revolution.

The head of the morality police was supposedly detained after the protests began, but actual transformation of a nation run by radical Muslims is difficult. They are well armed and vicious. It will take another “revolution” to free the women of Iran.



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Faye Higbee

Faye Higbee is the columnist manager for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children. She has been writing at Conservative Firing Line since 2013 as well. She is also a published author.

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