Iran: Iran’s President mocked in America, female news anchor refused to wear hijab and did not interview

Ibrahim Raisi canceled interview: Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi has suffered a lot in America amid the ongoing war over the hijab in Iran. President Ibrahim Reissi put a condition to a news anchor for an interview to wear a hijab, but the anchor refused to do so. Even after all the preparations, Iran’s President Ibrahim […]
 


Iran: Iran’s President mocked in America, female news anchor refused to wear hijab and did not interview

Ibrahim Raisi canceled interview: Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi has suffered a lot in America amid the ongoing war over the hijab in Iran. President Ibrahim Reissi put a condition to a news anchor for an interview to wear a hijab, but the anchor refused to do so. Even after all the preparations, Iran’s President Ibrahim Reisi could not be interviewed.

News anchor Christine Amanpour claimed she could not interview Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi because his aide asked her to wear a headscarf.

Refusing to give an interview wearing a hijab

Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi was to be interviewed on American soil for the first time. The hijab controversy and the sharp questions over the nuclear deal were to be dispersed midway, but this did not happen because, be it Iran or New York, Ibrahim Raisi could not shy away from his radical agenda. Actually, Christine Emanpour is a well-known anchor of the famous American news channel CNN. Ibrahim Reissi’s interview with Christine was scheduled on American soil, but Reisi did not arrive at the Chanel office not long after the interview.

 

The fate of Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi

After this something happened that made Ibrahim Raisi famous all over the world. News anchor Christine Imanpour tweeted that an aide to the Iranian president arrived 40 minutes into the interview. She said that Raisi suggested you to wear a headscarf i.e. hijab as it is the month of Muharram and Safar.

 

Interview with Reese’s Gift of Fundamentalism

News anchor Christine Imanpour claimed that the person who sent the message to Ibrahim Reisi said that if you do not wear the hijab, the interview will not take place. Hearing this, Christine is furious and tells Richie’s messenger that this is New York, not Iran. No one can force anyone to wear hijab here. Christine’s father was an Iranian. Christine had done a lot of hard work and research for this interview, but due to the fundamentalism of Ibrahim Reisi, the interview could not be done.

The uproar over the hijab continues in Iran

After the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody in Iran, there has been an uproar over the hijab. Violent protests are taking place in the country. Women burn hijab in protest against the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody. There are also reports of some protesters being killed. Mahsa Amini was traveling with her family to Tehran when she was arrested and beaten up for allegedly not wearing a hijab.

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