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Those arrested were accused of public order offences and referred to the state prosecutor's office, Iranian news agencies reported without elaborating.Since her protest on December 27, she has become a symbol for Iranian women's fight against compulsory hijab, with many sharing the video of her protest on social media and illustrations of her brave stand.She has become the 'poster child' for the White Wednesdays movement, which encourages Iranian women and those who support their plight to take off their hijab, and was started by journalist and campaigner Masih Alinejad.Chief prosecutor Mohammad Jafar Montazeri had played down the escalating protests on Wednesday, saying they were 'trivial' and 'childish' moves possibly incited by foreigners.He had been asked about a woman detained earlier this week for standing on a pillar box in a busy street waving her headscarf on the end of a stick.