We stand for Mahsa Amini, say Gen Z women

To Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi, to acknowledge that “these female voices are an unfamiliar sound to you—female voices speaking out—and they are not rioters. They are the voices of angels here to speak for Mahsa Amini, whose life you took, and they will not be silenced. Standing beside them around the world are a billion others,” says unnamed protestor interviewed on campus.

By Sharon Santiago with files from Behar Abbasi and Micheal John


“There are no riots on Iran Campuses, only us taking off our shrouds seeking freedom and those security forces [pointing] of the Ayatollah shooting off their guns and grabbing and beating women while terrifying the offspring of the annoyed ruling class in Iran. This femicidal regime will not last,” said a young woman, late Sunday, after the gunfire of the Ayatollah’s goons shattered the peace.

Women are outraged that Ali Khamenei would blame USA and Israel for the murder of Mahsa Amini and the protests against femicide by crying women.

“Ali Khamenei has made an excuse for theological femicide by blaming Joe Biden who probably couldn’t find Iran on a map on his best day and never gave a thought to handing Afghanistan’s women over to the Taliban. The thugs here also blame Israel which could easily explode a missile on the eye of a rat skulking under Ali Khamenei’s bed—if they wanted to bring trouble to Iran. Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi killed Mahsa Amini and commit theological femicide all over Iran, encouraging others to do the same,” protests Grace Edwards from Afghanistan. Grace has sent a half dozen activist women to help organize protests across 80 cities in Iran.

Video: Meanwhile, women in Afghanistan are taking to the streets to protest, despite mass murders of women and girls taking place in Kabul, as a Taliban tries to send them home.

The salute.

Gen Z women salute for evil men

Gen Z Women have a special salute for evil men like Ali Khamenei, Ebrahim Raisi. Photo is source supplied Via FPMag’s Behar Abbasi in Tehran Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Note: picture-taking of these events and distribution even by the press is now considered illegal in the failing state of Iran under its current oppressive government. (Any state that condones theological femicide is a failed state.)

Ayatollah Khamenei, supreme misogynist of Iran, is the responsible leader for theological femicide in Iran.

“Except for his claim to be chosen by Allah, there is no way Ayatollah Khamenei would ever be chosen democratically, even as a school crossing guard, let alone leader of Iran,” suggests Dr. Nassima al Amouri who leads a humanitarian operation in Syria where Iran controls much of the “near-collapsed Syrian government and the landscape of the Godforsaken country.”

“The brutish theological grip that Islamist elders have on the people of Iran ensures power-crazed theological elders—who in my opinion fake piety and crave nukes—can remain in control, but not out of seeking a better afterlife but out of fear of being brutally killed in this life,” she explained. “The Ayatollah’s authority is not so much theological but more about brute force. Open your mouth or write against the Ayatollah and you will vanish,” explained Dr. Nassima al Amouri.

“There are no riots on campuses, only peaceful demonstrators protesting Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s wrongdoing, murdering over 100 innocent civilians in the wake of the murder of Mahsa Amini,  on their way to classes.” This is the cry of women protest organizers and university teachers in schools across Iran against theological femicide.

At the Sharif University of Technology, at the Tehran campus, many teachers say classes are suspended until the students snatched by the ‘Iranian Gestapo’ are released from prison.

“But the protests were mild. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei cannot be this stupid, can he, Micheal?” an exasperated Behar Abbasi petitioned her friend and editor. “I have seen dozens of protests in the past two days at schools and they are peaceful. These men working for the Islamic Republic are liars. They see women whom they have lost their total control over and claim them to be violent rioters. Many of these men have never actually seen the faces of women they bully every day. Now they see their scorn,” continued Behar in a recorded note-taking session and debriefing.

“The protesters were well-behaved girls moving forward to class or to others of their daily activities. Yes, they had shrill voices raised high against the noise of guns going bang and men screaming to stop. Stop what? Girls wearing school backpacks with their heads uncovered were shaking their hijab in the air, feeling their freedom. There was joy on their faces, not anger. There was cheering and happiness. Then these scumbag men start shooting their guns…”

Mahsa AminiFemicide Case: Arrested on Tuesday, 13 September 2022, deceased at 3.40 p.m. Friday, 16 Sept. 2022. Mahsa Amini (22) from Saqqez, Iranian Kurdistan, traveled to Tehran to visit her relatives.  Mahsa and her brother, Kiarash, were coming out of the Haqqani Metro Station in Tehran when Mahsa was intercepted and arrested by the so-called “Moral Police” or the ‘Guidance Patrol’. (Eyewitnesses said the Iranian state agents brutalized Mahsa Amini in the SSF vehicle and also in the ‘Moral Police station’ on Vozara Avenue. Doctors say she suffered a brain hemorrhage caused by massive trauma to the head. Her story is beyond heartbreaking.)

The latest count is over 2,000 persons imprisoned by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and 104 persons, mostly women and girls, killed.

Dale Carter, the security director for the RINJ Foundation, a global women’s rights group, has engaged lawyers in Tehran to argue for the class of persons imprisoned as a result of the murder of the shy, innocent Mahsa Amini, who had come to the city of Tehran to visit family members with her brother. Between 13 September and 16 September she was assaulted by the morality police, smashed in the head thus causing a brain hemorrhage. She died in anguish at a hospital where solid data was collected on her condition, but nothing could be done to save her life, the beatings by the goon squads of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei had been so bad.”

The protesters are very nice people

“The nature of these protesters is not malicious. Frankly, those I have met with Behar Abassi who translates for me, but many are English speakers too, are adorable. And they are supremely intelligent, a substantial level above the average person one randomly meets in Iran. They say they are all, Mahsa Amini. And I tell you one thing to remember, when they get worked up, they cry. They do not scream violence, they are heartbroken, so they cry.,” said Ms. Carter who filled in the lines about what readers should picture in their minds about these extraordinarily courageous young women.

Women are disappearing. Men are demonstrating too, but it’s the Women who are disappearing.

In “the protests after Mahsa Amini’s death we have seen an unprecedented stifling of the press, and we see women to be one of the primary targets,” explains Kiran Nazish, founding director of the Coalition for Women in Journalism.

The internet is almost completely shut down in Iran and the social media platforms are blocked on most WIFI connections, say protest organizers in Tehran.

Thousands of women in Los Angeles take to the streets to protest the mistreatment of women in Iran by Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi