Three weeks ago, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died in hospital after being arrested by the morality police in Tehran. Her death sparked protests across the country.
More than 80 people have been killed so far as the protests spread around the world attracting the support of celebrities around the world, the protests have gone global.
For 40 years, the Islamic Republic of Iran have imposed strict laws on women. But now women and men have taken to the streets to say enough is enough.
BBC Persian correspondent Jiyar Gol investigates whether these protests will permanently alter the fabric of Iranian society both inside and outside Iran.
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