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Hadis Najafi- video viral as she killed by shot 6 bullet in protest of Iran’s strict hijab laws.

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Hadis Najafi, 20, Killed in a Spray of Bullets in Karaj, Becomes a New Symbol of Defiance in Iran

Iranian security agents have shot and killed the 20-year-old lady who was featured in a popular anti-hijab film.

After posting a brief video of herself putting her blonde hair up in a ponytail before attending the protest, Hadis Najafi earned the moniker “ponytail girl,” which has come to represent the ongoing protests in Iran.

Hadis Najafi tying her hair up became a symbol of the protest.
Hadis Najafi tying her hair up became a symbol of the protest.

 

On the other hand, it was established on Sunday night that Ms. Najafi had died from six gunshot wounds to the chest, face, and neck.

Many accolades to the 20-year-bravery old’s have been shared on social media. Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman, died in police detention after allegedly being abused for disobeying hijab laws. Monday marks the tenth night in a row that protests have been held in her memory.

One Twitter user remarked, “21-year-old Hadis Najafi – another victim of the Iranian Islamic regime.”

She was a 20-year-old woman named Hadis Najafi who was fearless and daring. In the city of Karaj, six gunshots killed her. She was just twenty. Say her name,” stated a different tweet.

Hadis Najafi
She died after being shot six times

Officially, the turmoil has claimed the lives of at least 41 people, including Ms. Amini.

She died after being shot six times
Mahsa Amini died after being arrested by Iran’s morality police.

The death of Ms. Amini led to a nationwide backlash against Iran’s strict laws requiring women to cover their heads in public.

To the applause of both men and women, videos of women cutting their hair and burning their headscarves have surfaced. The stringent regulations were put in effect in 1983, four years after the Islamic revolution of 1979.

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