Videos of protests against strict hijab laws in Tehran University are circulating the internet.
Videos emerged of student protests about the Hijab issue in the university camps that lead to their crackdown by the so-called morality police and security forces who entered the university.
The state-run Fars News Agency reported that clashes erupted between protesting students and other students who supported the enforcement of the hijab.
Activists went to the social media to share videos taken from the protests calling it the largest of its kind in the country.
Happening today: Reports and video show ongoing disturbance at Tehran University as students protest Iran’s mandatory hijab rules pic.twitter.com/R8zl44Cm1Z— Borzou Daragahi ?? (@borzou) May 13, 2019
Iranian activists confirmed that protests this time coincided with the holy month of Ramadan and is against the "Hijab and Chastity" campaign that enforce the mandatory hijab around the country and forcing women to comply to the rigid dress code.
Students at Tehran University today protesting against stricter hijab rules being enforced on campus.— Samira Mohyeddin سمیرا (@SMohyeddin) May 13, 2019
I usually worried about whether I could finish my assignment on time while at university. I didn’t have to worry about how much hair I was showing #Absurdistan pic.twitter.com/j2sPZXNU28
Protests against the forcing-wearing hijab laws in Iran have been going for a while now as more activists and campaigns are taking place against the mandatory laws of hijab adornment enforced in Iran by the morality police; their main task is to impose Islamic dress codes and norms of conduct in public.
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