Nobel Peace Prize 2023: empty chair in Oslo for Narges, «Iran misogynistic tyranny» | EUROtoday

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Words of a girl who, arrested and convicted a number of occasions in current many years, has no intention of giving up and continues to denounce repression, the dearth of an unbiased judicial system, propaganda, censorship and corruption.

And whose wrestle “is comparable to that of Albert Lutuli, Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela, which took place more than 30 years before the end of the apartheid system in South Africa”, says the president of the Norwegian Nobel Committee Berit Reiss- Andersen evoking figures who’ve change into legendary for these combating for civil rights all through the world.

‘Woman, Life, Freedom’ resounds in entrance of the Norwegian royal household and overseas dignitaries, the slogan that crammed the squares throughout the nation after the dying of Mahsa Amini, the 22-year-old Kurd who died in 2022 whereas in custody of the morality police, arrested as a result of she was not sporting the Islamic veil accurately and some strands of hair had been seen.

And which precipitated the steadiness of the Ayatollah regime to fluctuate fearfully, which was saved due to hundreds of arrests and the homicide of over 550 folks, together with many ladies and kids.

“The mandatory hijab imposed by the government is neither a religious obligation nor a cultural tradition, but rather a means of maintaining authority and submission throughout society,” chant Mohammadi’s kids, including their voices to their mom’s who started a starvation strike on the very day of the Nobel Prize “in solidarity with the Baha’i religious minority”, the biggest in Iran, the goal of focused discrimination. In the background of the stage, a blow-up of Narges, her thick, darkish hair curly and uncovered. It would give Khamenei shivers. At the tip, everybody stood up for a standing ovation tinged with emotion.