The famous song of Italian revolt, brought up to date by the series
La casa de papel
, has once again been taken up.
As Iranian media report, an Internet user named Gandom posted a video that went viral on Friday.
We see a young woman brilliantly interpreting the song
No indication was given about the singer, whose origin, age or political commitment is unknown.
بلاو ، به ایتالیایی یعنی خداحافظ ای ییبا ... که پارتیان ها و مخالفان فاشیسم در ایتالیا میخواندند.
این آهنگ به نماد مبارزات آادیخواهان تبدیل شده و اینبار دختر قشنگی از ما ... #مهسا_امینی #opiran pic.twitter.com/cyudppvzqp
— Gandom (@Gandom_Sa007) September 23, 2022
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" Long live freedom "
This very touching interpretation of the revolutionary song has been viewed more than three million times on Twitter, shared by more than 25,000 people and been liked by more than 50,000 Internet users in the space of a few days.
In France, it benefited from a spotlight thanks to the highlighting of the director of the Observatory for North Africa and the Middle East at the Jean Jaurès Foundation, Farid Vahid “Absolutely magnificent!
sung by an Iranian in Persian.
These women are awesome… Long live freedom,” he tweeted on Saturday.
For their part, the Iranians see it as a strong symbol of the fight against the laws enacted by the Islamic Republic.
Since the death of Mahsa Amini, who died on September 16 after being arrested by the police for "inappropriate attire", a wind of revolt has stirred Iran.
The demonstrators denounce the lack of freedom and the coercive measures taken against women who do not wear the veil or are dressed in a manner deemed incorrect.
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