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Molotov Cocktail at the Iranian Embassy in Athens.protests continue

Protests continue in Athens as Iranian refugees and solidarity groups demand justice for the murder of 22-year-old Martha Amini and an end to the oppression of women in Iran.

An unidentified assailant threw a Molotov cocktail at the Iranian embassy outside Saichiko early Sunday morning.

Greek police said two hooded men on motorcycles drove by the embassy around 1 a.m. and threw a Molotov cocktail at it.

The Molotov cocktail exploded into the embassy’s outer wall, but did not cause much damage, police said. statement Said.

Iranian refugees and solidarity groups in Athens held two protests outside the Iranian embassy in Athens last week, with another scheduled for tomorrow Tuesday.

Protesters raise voices and outrage over brutal murder of 22-year-old Masa Amini and the continued oppression of women by the priesthood system.

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Amini was arrested by the so-called “morality police” for not wearing a hijab according to government standards. She died in custody in Tehran a few hours later on 16 September 2022.

Video: Protests outside the Iranian embassy in Athens

Tensions often arose between protesters and police during protests in Athens.

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