"The Iranian regime has clearly demonstrated its determination and ruthlessness in seeking to quell that unrest," a human rights expert told Newsweek.
"If they force us to do things like [wearing the] hijab and filter everything for us, we will filter their visibility," one woman in Iran told Newsweek.
The rapper held his head in his hands when he appeared in court, and he was not allowed to have his lawyers present.
Elnaz Rekabi has allegedly been detained by authorities after footage of her competing abroad without her hijab went viral.
"Every time something goes viral, they're taken into custody ... and their dead bodies are being handed back to their families," Negar Mottahedeh told Newsweek.
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Goldie Ghamari, a Canadian politician, posted the video to TikTok on Wednesday.
Protesters demonstrate against the death of 22-year-old Masha Amini, with London's Metropolitan Police tweeting of "unacceptable scenes of violent disorder."
Amini, and young women like her, have lived their entire lives under a regime of discrimination and inequality.
One video shows a statue of the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on fire in his home town of Mashhad.
We are not even asking you to support us. We are just asking you to stop supporting our oppressors. We are asking you to hear our screams.
Omar responded to Boebert's comments by posting a meme that appeared to call the Republican an "idiot sandwich."
"Nobody can expect you to remove a PERSONAL AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLE OF CLOTHING for a wedding," one user commented.
Fatemeh Anvari was told she would no longer be allowed to teach because she wore "religious symbols while at work"—a violation of the controversial Bill 21.
"Imagine being a child and stripped of your clothing in front of your classmates," wrote Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad on Facebook.
Abdul Baqi Haqqani, a higher education minister, said that university subjects will also be reviewed.
Two women were attacked within about 60 minutes by a suspect making anti-Muslim statements.
Zainab Chaaban's attorney says making the woman take off her hijab is akin to asking her to "walk around completely naked in front of strangers."
The woman was attending a public hearing about an officer-involved shooting at the time of the alleged incident, according to the lawsuit.
A journalist claimed that a Southwest flight attendant threatened to have his wife removed from a flight.
Zhu was caught in a row over Muslim women wearing hijabs and said black communities should address violence in their own communities before "blaming others."
The image of Movahedi brandishing her white hijab from a stick during protests at the end of 2017 became a rallying call on social media.
"To me, it was the same thing as if they had asked someone to take their top off."
Guy Benson wasn't happy with Pirro's response to the criticism of her comments about Democrat Ilhan Omar.
"Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to Sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States Constitution?" the Fox News Host asked.
Congressional Democrats are poised to update Capitol Hill rules that would allow lawmakers such as Ilhan Omar to wear religion headwear in the chamber.
"I'm saddened that you live in such a home and neighborhood where you feel that I could not be accepted based on this."
Iran has previously moved to crackdown on Instagram and recently, a judiciary official suggested that blocking or filtering the platform is on the government's agenda.