Donya Dadrasan, an Iranian pop star with more than 2.5 million followers on Instagram, moved to Australia when she was 12, but she remembers her female family members being terrified of the authorities. in Iran. They worry that if their headscarves don’t cover their hair enough, they will be fined, arrested or even beaten. “All the women around me are always scared and stressed when they see the moral police,” she said in an interview.
Dadrasan, 24, who sings in Persian and is loved by young Iranians, made a music video earlier this year, “Amoo Hassan,” which shows an imaginary interaction with Iranian security forces. So when the singer heard on September 16 that Mahsa Amini, a young Iranian woman, had died in police custody after allegedly violating the country’s strict Muslim dress code. water, she was furious.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/mahsa-amini-iran-hair-cut-protests-11665085770 Iran’s Mahsa Amini Protests Are Causing Celebrities to Cut Their Hair