Naftali Bennett, the former Prime Minister and Minister of Community Affairs of Israel expressed his thoughts about the ongoing protests in Iran, which read as follows; ”Great people of Iran, you will defeat the dictator. Freedom will overcome fear. Your courage is inspiring. The people of Israel are with you. I hope to visit Tehran Azad.”
In his official social media post, Bennett expressed his support for the Iranian general public and the fundamental rights of Iranian women.
Naftali Bennett noted that ”the people of Iran would overcome the situation through their inspiring courage of raising their voices against the unfair functionality of the government. The people of Israel are in sheer support of you”. he further expressed his wish to visit Tehran Azad.
مردم بزرگ ایران, شما دیکتاتور را شکست خواهید داد.
آزادی بر ترس چیره خواهد شد. شجاعت شما الهام بخش است.
مردم اسراییل با شما هستند.
امیدوارم از تهران آزاد دیدار کنم.#مهسا_امینی pic.twitter.com/tM6o8adC5y
— Naftali Bennett בנט (@naftalibennett) November 17, 2022
The situation in Iran got disrupted when a woman named ‘Mahsa Jina Amini’, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman, was allegedly arrested and beaten to death by the so-called morality police of Iran.
As per the reports, the incident happened because the woman was not wearing her ‘Hijab’ properly, according to the morality police of Iran. The trend of assaulting women for supposedly improper dressing was an old issue in Iran, but the tragic death of ‘Mahsa Jina Amini’ sparked outraging anger among the women and people in the entire nation. The incident took the form of mass protests full of anger and rage against the dictatorship of the Iranian government.
Furthermore, the general public of Iran started coming up with different ways of expressing their displeasure and rage against the government. Some of the well-known female celebrities of Iran began to cut off their hair, setting their Hijabs on fire to show their emotions and feelings about the whole incident of Mahsa Amini in the protests.
”Mahsa Jina Amini’s case highlighted the injustices and exploitation of essential women’s rights in Iran”. as per the reports. The people of Iran got united and took the whole rage to the streets and demanded to end the curtailing of their rights.
The Iranian dictatorship has caused many families’ a lifetime of hauntings as nearly 348 people got killed, the authorities arrested about 15,900 protestors, some of which were given death sentences, and others were given life imprisonment.
So far, many famous people worldwide have supported the Iranian public and their human rights. the Iranian people are hoping to make a change for themselves and their future generations.