Bella Hadid condemns 22-year-old Iranian girl’s death for wearing Hijab ‘incorrectly’
International supermodel Bella Hadid feels devastated by the brutal incident which happened in Iran with a 22-year-old girl named Mahsa Amini who lost her life for wearing Hijab incorrectly.
A nationwide protest is going on in Iran after the Iranian girl Mahsa Amini died in police custody after being severely beaten by morality police over the Hijab law.
Different celebrities came out to express their anger over this inhuman incident that happened in Iran. Supermodel Bella Hadid is one of them. Taking to Instagram, Bella shared a detailed post about the brutal incident and wrote, “Just wow. Rest in peace, Mahsa Amini. You did not deserve this. Sending blessings to her family and loved ones”.
The model reposted photos and details uploaded by photographer Amanda de Cadenet, which read, “This is a devastating and shocking story of a woman who was allegedly beaten and killed for wearing her hijab ‘’incorrectly’. Mahsa Amini was taken by ‘morality police’ to be educated about the hijab and never made it back alive”.
In the centre of Tehran, protesters marched down Hijab Street, also known as “headscarf street,” calling for an end to the morality police. According to news outlet Fars, “Several hundred people chanted slogans against the authorities, some of them took off their hijab,” and “police arrested several people and dispersed the crowd with batons and tear gas.” A few dozen people, including women who had taken off their headscarves in reaction, could be seen in the crowd in a brief video that Fars released.