Nobel laureate and social activist Malala Yousafzai while expressing her anger on the death of Mahsa Amini in Iran, said that a woman has the right to decide whatever she wants to wear.

“Whatever a woman chooses to wear, she has the right to decide for herself,” Malala said, adding that, “As I have said before: If someone forces me to cover my head, I will protest. If someone forces me to remove my scarf, I will protest.” she wrote on her Instagram story. “I am calling for justice for Mahsa Amini.”



Masha breathed her last on Friday, days after being arrested by a police unit responsible for forcing Iran’s strict dress code for women. She was arrested for not complying with hijab rules.

According to eyewitnesses, Mahsa Amini was beaten while inside a police van when she was picked up in Tehran on Tuesday.
Photographs of Mahsa lying in a hospital bed have gone viral, showing the young woman in a coma with her head wrapped in bandages and breathing through tubes.
Her death has sparked widespread protests in Iran, with women taking to the streets and setting their hijab on fire.