Protest by Afghan women in front of Iranian embassy in Kabul

A group of women gathered in front of the Embassy of Iran in Kabul to protest the killing of Jina Mahsa Amini by Iranian morality police.

Kabul - Afghan women expressed their support to the protests that began in Rojhelat and Iran following the killing of Jina Mahsa Amini in Tehran by Iranian morality police. Gathering in front of the Embassy of Iran in Kabul, Afghan women activists condemned the policies of the Iranian regime.

Expressing their solidarity with the protests in the cities of Iran and Rojhelat, the activists chanted slogans against the Iranian and Afghan regimes. They chanted slogans such as “Iranian women rise up, now it is our turn”, “No to dictatorship in Tehran and Kabul” and “Women, Life , Freedom”.

During the protests, the activists also underlined the misogynous policies of Iranian and Afghan regimes. “Iranian women are at the forefront of the protests in Iran. Now, it is our turn. We should rise up and raise our voices more,” they shouted.

Attack on women

The Taliban forces opened fire on Afghan activists and forcibly dispersed them.