Iran Restricts Internet Access as Women’s Rights Protests Spread

Iran restricted entry to the Internet in massive components of the nation on Thursday as authorities attempt to curb a girls’s rights protest motion that has relied on social media to specific dissent and rally assist, whereas the U.S. imposed sanctions on Iran’s morality police. 

The demise of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini late final week in police custody for allegedly violating Iran’s strict Islamic gown code has sparked demonstrations throughout the nation. Protesters have clashed violently with safety forces who used tear fuel and fired stay ammunition.