Iran, Hadis Najafi’s mother speaks: “My daughter a symbol like Mahsa Amini”

The woman broke the silence and recounted the terrible moments experienced immediately after the death of her daughter

Hadis Najafi as Mahsa Amini, both a “symbol” of the anti-government protests that have been shaking Iran for weeks. Hadis’s mother, the blonde girl who appeared in a video, which later went viral, while tying her hair before a demonstration, broke the silence and told the terrible moments experienced immediately after the death of her daughter and also the harsh criticism that were moved to his family on social media.



“Since Hadis died I have not been at all well, they keep pills and injections on my feet,” said the woman, adding that Hadis died from taking to the streets to protest against what happened to Mahsa and against the mandatory hijab. “They hit her with 3 bullets: in the abdomen, neck and heart”, he continued, stressing that when his daughter was killed “we went to the hospital, but they told us that she was not there. They offended us and they did not allow us to enter and see the body. Then a security gentleman took pity on us and told us: ‘your daughter is in the morgue, they keep you here and then arrest you’. So we ran away. “

The woman, reports the BBC in Farsi, then had to defend herself from criticism on social media because in the photo chosen for the tomb Hadis appears with the hijab. “We are not part of the system. We have not remained silent. We are grieving for Hadis and for the other girls who were killed and who are like my daughter and now we are in mourning,” she replied.



Source-www.adnkronos.com