Protests have erupted over the death of 22-year-old Jina Amini, who was murdered for not wearing the 'proper Hijab'

Protests in Iran could lead to self-determination for East Kurdistan
THE brutal beating of Jina Amini for not wearing the “proper Hijab” and her murder by the Iranian regime’s “morality police” are on the front pages of world papers. What was not mentioned at the beginning was her true identity. She was not Persian; she was Kurdish, from Eastern Kurdistan (Rojhelat), in Tehran on a visit. She dressed modestly, even conservatively by most standards in the modern world including the Middle East.