On September 13, Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman from Saqez, was visiting the capital of Iran, Tehran, with her family when morality police arrested her for allegedly wearing the hijab too loosely.

Amini’s family states that the police severely beat Amini in their patrol car on the way to the detention center to ‘educate’ her on hijab laws. Later she was taken to the hospital due to the severity of her injuries. Reports show that she suffered a stroke and was brain dead due to heavy blows to her head.

Aminis’ father revealed that he wasn’t allowed to see her body in the hospital but that he caught a glimpse of her foot, which was bruised. Eventually, she was pronounced dead after spending three days in a coma.

Afterward, The United Nations (UN) released a statement to address this alarmingly rising issue in Iran and called for an independent investigation into Amini’s death. A UN human rights expert said:

“We strongly condemn the use of physical violence against women and the denial of fundamental human dignity when enforcing compulsory hijab policies ordained by State authorities.”

The protests began after Amini’s funeral on September 17 in her home region but quickly spread across Iran and worldwide. Iranian women have taken to burning hijabs and cutting their hair in public and on social media to stand in solidarity with Amini.

Activists have also stated that this act is not just about women’s rights or eradicating hijab laws but addressing the harsh realities of living under an absolutist reign. One of the activists stated that it was time for a new revolution. Thus, Real Research launched a survey on the anti-hijab protests in Iran, aiming to hear more from the public.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on the anti-hijab protests in Iran on the Real Research app from September 28, 2022. After that, you will receive 30 TNCs as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Survey On The Anti-hijab Protests In Iran

Target Number of Participants:
40,000 Users


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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – 46% Believe it Was Wrong to Arrest Mahsa Amini for Her Hijab.