Uprising of the Kurds in Eastern Kurdistan (s.s. Iranian Kurdistan) with a slogan as long as there is a Kurd, there will be a Kurdistan.
In Mihabad, rioting continues on a large scale with dead and injured.
People, according to reports on Twitter, marched to the cemetery with slogans against the Iranian regime.
Rebellion and protest against the Iranian regime continues massively in Eastern Kurdistan and Iran.
The protests – commemorating 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, whose Kurdish first name was Gina – have become the largest women’s rights movement in Iran’s recent history.
The slogan came from the Kurdish Freedom Movement, led by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
The words “jin, jiyan, azadi” and their various translations have united Iranians across ethnic and social lines.
The slogan was inspired by the writings of Abdullah Ocalan, the co-founder of the PKK, who said that “a country cannot be free if women are not free.”
Fear in Turkey that the uprisings will spread to the Kurdistan region in Turkey.