After the final match of the FIFA World Cup 2022, on one hand, where the whole world was celebrating the victory of Argentina, on the other hand, Colombian famous singer Shakira has drawn everyone’s attention towards an Iranian footballer. Shakira has thrown light on this matter by tweeting.
Amidst the celebration of Argentina’s victory in the FIFA World Cup 2022 final, Colombian singer Shakira has drawn attention to another footballer. Shakira has mentioned a footballer of Iran’s team in her tweet, after which the discussion of this footballer has started.
In fact, during the final match of the FIFA World Cup, Shakira has tried to draw attention to the plight of a footballer through a tweet. Iranian footballer Amir Nasr had supported women against atrocities against women and against hijab. After this, the government of Iran has sentenced Aamir to death.
Before the start of the FIFA World Cup 2022 final match, Shakira wrote that before the final match of the World Cup today, I hope that the player playing on the field and the world will remember a person named Amir Nasr, who is a footballer from Iran. This man has been sentenced to death just because he spoke in favor of women’s rights.
Please tell that Shakira has already supported Amir Nasr. He had said that the fight for equality and human rights should be praised, not punished. I stand with Amir Nasr. Why death sentence to Amir Nasr?
Aamir was sentenced to death
There has been a continuous protest movement in Iran since the death of a woman Mahsa Amini in police custody. Iranian football player Amir Nasr has been sentenced to death for supporting women during the movement. Let us tell you that after the death of Mahsa Amini, the atmosphere in Iran is very bad since September 16. Women have taken to the streets to protest against wearing the hijab.
Today at the final of the World Cup, I only hope the players on the field and the whole world remember that there’s a man and fellow footballer called Amir Nasr, on death row, only for speaking in favor of Women’s rights. pic.twitter.com/VdMicGVaml
Shakira (@shakira) December 18, 2022