Farhad Meysami accused of having badges saying he was against the compulsory hijab
Human rights activists in Iran have said they are worried about a man on hunger strike who was reportedly jailed for protesting against rules requiring women to wear a hijab.
Farhad Meysami, 48, a doctor and publisher before becoming a civil activist, was arrested in his office in July and taken to Tehran’s notorious Evin prison.
Do you think wearing a badge that says “I am against forced hijab” is a crime?
Iranian authorities do.
They’ve arrested human rights defender Farhad Meysami & charged him w/national security offences for supporting Iranian women’s campaign against this degrading practice. pic.twitter.com/I8YNzsAv8F
Link : Iranian activist jailed over hijab protests goes on hunger strike