Juridical Study of the Death of Mahsa Amini Based on Islamic Law and International Human Rights
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The death of Mahsa Amini in relation to the mandatory wearing of the hijab for Iranian women caused quite an uproar in the international community. The research was conducted by utilizing written literature, books, journals, and past research results that are relevant to the research topic. The results of the research found that there was a violation of human rights from the loss of Mahsa Amini's life due to the actions of local authorities who were too repressive because she was considered not implementing the existing rules in Irat - relating to the obligation of Iranian women to wear the hijab and niqab. On the other hand, this shows that sometimes there is still a conflict of interest between the enforcement of human rights and the enforcement of Islamic law that collides with each other. In this case, a thorough investigation is needed to punish those involved and the government needs to review its law enforcement officers.
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