The "Jin, Jiyan, Azadî" (Women, Life, Freedom) uprising continues in Rojhilat Kurdistan and Iran, which erupted after the killing of the Kurdish young woman, Gina Amini, by the morality police in mid-September 2022.
The shrine of the Kurdish young woman, Gina Amini, in her hometown of Saqqez Rojhilat, has become a station for freedom fighters and families of victims who lost their lives during the uprising.
In the past days, the families of people who lost their lives in the uprising from the cities of Rojhilat and Iran visited the tomb of Gina Amini in the Ayci cemetery in Saqqez, Roj news agency reported.
The family of Simko Molodi, who lost his life in the protest in Mahabad, also visited the shrine of Gina, and held a memorial ceremony for her, as well as remembering all those who lost their lives during the protests.
Meanwhile, despite the pressures and attempts of the Iranian state to impose the veil by force; However, the number of women who do not wear hijab in public places is increasing day by day, and in Newroz activities and parties, a large number of women took their photos publicly as a reaction against the forced hijab, and shared these photos on the media.