STORY: The protesters, mostly women, chanted “Iranian sisters we are with you” and held signs reading “Iran: women, life and freedom". Three of them also burnt an Iranian flag.
"I wish freedom for all Iranians, women, workers, for all Iranians. I want happiness for all Iranians and I want us to be able to return to Iran.", said Iranian Saim, 43, who works is a manager at a company in the Spanish capital.
After the protest, demonstrators sent a letter to the Iranian ambassador in Spain and left a copy outside.
Amini died earlier this month after being arrested in Tehran by police enforcing the Islamic Republic's strict restrictions on women's dress. Her death has touched off Iran's biggest unrest since 2019.
Iranian police have denied harming the 22-year-old Kurdish woman, saying she fell ill as she waited with other detained women.
On Monday (September 26), Iran's foreign ministry accused the United States of using the protests to destabilize the Islamic Republic.