How a women's-led counter-revolution is reshaping Iran

In a special edition, we mark four months since protests erupted across Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini. The 22-year-old died shortly after she was arrested by the infamous morality police for improperly wearing her veil. In a rare opportunity, our colleagues at France 2 Television managed to speak to several brave women. Annette Young also speaks to Tara Sepehri Far from Human Rights Watch on whether the government's harsh crackdown will crush the protest movement or merely fuel existing public anger. Our reporters also meet the Iranian women who have fled to Kurdistan to join Kurdish commandos in a bid to bring down the Iranian government.


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