New Delhi: Kurdish artist and journalist Zehra Doğan has once again resorted to a unique way of protesting. She used henna, hair and menstrual blood for her ‘artistic protest’.
Amidst the ongoing protests in Iran, Zehra Doğan did something that would flush out the sense of disgust from individuals who have long been indoctrinated with “Iranian conservatism”.
The matter has come to light from Berlin, Germany. Here a woman named Zehra used the paste of henna, hair and menstrual blood and painted it on the walls of Iranian consulate. Her act was registered as support for the ongoing protest across Iran.
Doğan was accompanied by journalist Ulaş Yunus Tosun, who was filming the action. They were taken into police custody but were later released at around 3.30 pm (local time).
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