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Iran - Isfahan bazaar strike to protest women acid attacks

NCRI - The bazaar merchants and shopkeepers in various parts of Esfahan, including Imam Ali Square, Shohada Street, Sharif Vaqefie Street, staged a strike and refused to open their shops in protest to the mullahs’ regime anti-human crime of splashing acid on women’s faces.

Similarly, in the city of Shahr-e Kord, the shopkeepers in various locations of the city, including Ayatollah Kashani Avenue, Saadi Street, Hafez Shomali Avenue, all the streets in western and eastern Mirdamad, Mellat Street, and Balal Street, joined the strike and refused to open their shops in support of the innocent women and girls.

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