Today, head of the revolutionary court in Iran reported that women who send me videos risk 1 to 10 years of jail.— Masih Alinejad ?️ (@AlinejadMasih) July 29, 2019
My Response: regime isn’t scared of me. They’re scared of people & their demands. I’ll keep relaying the voices of people as long as I keep receiving videos pic.twitter.com/6MjEfXxUii
Yesterday Iranian judiciary system said women who send me their videos will face up to 10 years in jail.— Masih Alinejad ?️ (@AlinejadMasih) July 30, 2019
Guess what? I'm receiving more videos.Because women cannot be censored.
Here's a video of women from Urmia (Iran) #WalkingUnveiled against forced hijab#WhiteWednesdays pic.twitter.com/PMcSmVTmj6
Iran's judiciary has criminialised the act of sending me videos from Iranians. But guess what? Iranian women aren't giving up.— Masih Alinejad ?️ (@AlinejadMasih) July 30, 2019
Here's a compilation of their videos where they're #WalkingUnveiled against compulsory hijab. Women's voices can't be censored.#WhiteWednesdays pic.twitter.com/gmyTp0RPTB
I call on world media, female politicians, #MeToo movement: Yesterday Iranian judiciary system said women who film their harassers will face up to 10 years in jail. They want to silence us. Don’t let them.#MyCameraIsMyWeapon #WhiteWednesdays pic.twitter.com/8sEHERBhvk— Masih Alinejad ?️ (@AlinejadMasih) July 30, 2019
Iran threatens 10 years in prison for sharing videos of women removing their mandatory headscarves in public.— The Geneva Summit (@GenevaSummit) July 30, 2019
We stand with 2015 Women's Rights Award recipient @AlinejadMasih, who gives a voice to the women of Iran.#MyCameraIsMyWeapon #WhiteWednesdayshttps://t.co/lUsNJzKwCe
These are fearless feminists.— Masih Alinejad ?️ (@AlinejadMasih) July 24, 2019
4 girls are #WalkingUnveiled on #WhiteWednesdays against forced hijab on subway.
A guy harasses them for their hijab, but they stand their ground through #MyCameraIsMyWeapon.
Iran arrested 9 women of #WhiteWednesdays, but more are joining it. pic.twitter.com/Y5225H0t8O