Kanye West steps in to support ‘Iranian Youth Revolution’

While celebrities like Sam Asghari and Leah Remini come forward to support the “Mahsa Amin” protest in Iran, Kanye West is one of the celebrities who has voiced support for Iran’s youth. Instead of posting another annoying rant, rapper Donda took the time to urge his fans to support and honor Iranian youth in their revolution against Iran’s 44-year dictatorship.

Supporting Iran’s bold youth…

Kanye West is another American celebrity who has come forward to express his support for what is going on in Iran. As Iran’s youth continue their revolution against the “horrible” government, Yi took to his Twitter account and urged his fans to support and honor their revolution against the 44 years of Iranian dictatorship.

Rapper Donda wrote: “Iranian youth are leading a revolution against 44 years of dictatorship. The world needs their support and honor their courage.” His tweet received about 100.3 thousand likes. Many Twitter users came forward to express their views on what is happening in Iran.

One Twitter user, who goes by the name “Iranian American,” replied, “Thank you Kani for supporting the youth in Iran, you are absolutely right, these are brave men and women who are facing the Islamic dictatorship in Iran. Revolution will prevail!” One critic wrote: “Iran does not want support us.

What is happening in Iran?

Unless you’re living in a secluded cave, you might realize that Mahsa Amini, an innocent 22-year-old girl, lost her life after being detained by the country’s morality police for “improper veiling”. This sparked protests across the country as female protesters continued to cut their hair and burn headscarves. Not only that, but the innocent girl was severely beaten by the Guidance Patrol officers, an assertion denied by the Iranian authorities.

Many protesters from Iran have asked for help from American celebrities to highlight the issue on the world stage. The Mahsa Amini protests began in Tehran on September 16, 2022 against the government, and resulted in civil unrest. A country, which was known for its rich culture before 1979, turned into a complete nightmare after Iran underwent a negative change since “the Iranian revolution noticed that the Islamic Republic came into existence under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini”.

The Islamic Republic regime seized power and imposed its ideology, propaganda and dictatorship on the people. They massacred, killed and robbed the innocent.” Now, Iran is hated by every country because of its terrible government and being the biggest sponsor of terrorism.

The Culture Survival Quarterly reported that “the people of Iran today are shocked and disbelief by the repression, destruction and violence that the Khomeinist regime inflicts on their land. Amnesty International previously reported that the number of “executions in Iran is greater than in the rest of the world combined.”

As for the current issues, nothing has been done, except for the fact that the US Treasury has imposed sanctions on the Orientation Patrol and several high-ranking Iranian officials. And yes, the war of novels is raging on social media. What do you think can be done to help?

As for the Mahsa Amin case, the protests first erupted in the hospital where Amini was treated and then quickly spread to other cities, from Amini’s home province of Kurdistan to cities such as Saqqaz, Divandra, Baneh and Bejar. Now, the protest has turned into a full-fledged “Iranian youth revolution” against the 44 years of Iran’s dictatorship, which continues to oppress its citizens.

Not much has been done so far, except for the fact that the US Treasury has imposed sanctions on the Orientation Patrol and several high-ranking Iranian officials. But again, the “war of novels” is being fought on social media as many celebrities come forward to support the cause. What are your thoughts on this?