Iranian schoolgirl killed by regime forces for refusing to sing pro-Khamenei anthem
A teenage girl was reportedly killed last week after Iranian regime security forces entered her school, demanding students sing a pro-regime song praising Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and violently beating any that refused to do so.
The Thursday incident left multiple girls from the Shahed Girls High School in Ardabil hospitalized, including Asra Panahi, 16, who later succumbed to her injuries, the Guardian reported Tuesday.
Iranian schoolgirls across the country have been filmed in viral videos showing them publicly removing their legally mandated hijabs, or Islamic headscarves, and chanting anti-regime slogans, prompting security forces to crack down on schools and universities, sometimes with deadly consequences.
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