Ibrahim Raisi Canceled Interview: Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi has suffered a lot in America amid the war on hijab in Iran. President Ibrahim Raisi had put the condition of wearing a hijab in front of the news anchor to take the interview, but the anchor refused to do so. Even after all the preparations, the interview of the President of Iran Ibrahim Raisi could not be done.
News anchor Christine Amanpour claimed that she could not interview Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi because his colleague had asked her to wear a headscarf.
Refusal to take interview wearing hijab
Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi was to be interviewed on US soil for the first time. There was to be a barrage of sharp questions on the hijab controversy and the nuclear deal, but it could not happen because whether it is Iran or New York, Ibrahim Raisi cannot walk away from his fanatical agenda. Actually Christine Emanpour is a well-known anchor of America’s famous news channel CNN. Ibrahim Raisi’s interview with Christine on American soil was fixed, but even after a long time of interview, Raisi did not reach the channel office.
Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi in trouble
After this something happened that caused Ibrahim Raisi to be in trouble all over the world. News anchor Christine Emanpour tweeted that 40 minutes after the fix time for the interview, an aide of the Iranian President arrived. She said that Raisi has suggested you to wear a headscarf i.e. hijab because it is the month of Muharram and Safar.
40 minutes after the interview had been due to start, an aid came over. The president, he said, was suggesting I wear a headscarf, because it’s the holy months of Muharram and Safar. 3/7
— Christiane Amanpour (@amanpour) September 22, 2022
Interview with Raisi’s fundamentalism
News anchor Christine Emanpour claims that the person who brought the message of Ibrahim Raisi said that if you do not wear the hijab, the interview will not take place. Hearing this, Christine was furious and told the messenger of Richie that this is New York, not Iran. No one can pressure 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 this interview got lost due to the fundamentalism of Ibrahim Raisi.
The uproar over the hijab continues in Iran
Since 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 their hijabs in protest against the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody. There are reports of the death of several protesters. Mahsa Amini was on her way to Tehran with her family, during which she was arrested for not wearing a hijab and died after she was allegedly beaten up.
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