A video published by Britain’s Sun on November 1, 2019 shows an angry male Iranian State Security Force officer roughly grabbing an unsuspecting teenage girl and forcefully flinging her on to the ground

The Sun - Iran’s Shocking moment: Police throw teenage girl to the ground because she wasn’t wearing a hijab

Navid Felker 02 November 2019

By Navid Felker

A video published by Britain’s Sun on November 1, 2019, shows an angry male Iranian State Security Force officer roughly grabbing an unsuspecting teenage girl and forcefully flinging her on to the ground - because she wasn't wearing a hijab.

The video shows the girl was grabbed and shoved by the large, male officer while walking along a street, in broad daylight in front of people in an Iranian street.

17 female political prisoners in Evin prison issued a statement condemning the arrest of aging mothers by the Islamic Republic.

Iran: Statement of 17 Female Political Prisoners in Evin Prison

Armin Baldwin 15 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

17 female political prisoners in Evin prison issued a statement condemning the arrest of aging mothers by the Islamic Republic. The detainees had gathered to protest against the conditions of their children in Iran’s prisons. The signatories of the statement described the Iranian government as a “misogynistic rule” that confronts women who struggle for freedom and justice.

The text of the statement follows:

Sahar Khodayari’s death created a major firestorm in both Iran and the West, highlighting the perils for female sports fans under the Iranian regime.

Iran’s Publicity Stunt of Women in Football Stadium

Armin Baldwin 12 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Last month, a female Iranian football fan, known widely as Blue Girl, set herself on fire at a courthouse in Tehran, after learning that she faced a six-month jail term for attending a soccer match, and sadly died from her injuries.

Sahar Khodayari’s death created a major firestorm in both Iran and the West, highlighting the perils for female sports fans under the regime. After being widely condemned and threatened with expulsion from FIFA, the mullahs were forced to backtrack temporarily on their ban on women in sports arenas and allow a limited number of women to watch the Iran-Cambodia match at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium.

Women in the MEK

Women’s Role in the MEK

Navid Felker 11 October 2019

By Navid Felker

The world suffers from the phenomenon of Islamic fundamentalism. Western governments spent billions of dollars to fight the Islamic State (ISIS), Al-Qaeda and many other groups around the globe. Islamic fundamentalism has taken the lives of thousands of innocent people.

The brave women of Iran took part in the resistance against the clerical regime ruling the country

Iran: A Big Prison for Women

Armin Baldwin 08 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Iranian women, victims of Islamic fundamentalism

In 1979, Ruhollah Khomeini seized power in Iran and established a brutal theocracy founded on an Ideology that encouraged the discrimination of women under the pretext of Islam.

From the very beginning, Khomeini consolidated his base for repression in Iran, especially against women. The forced hijab was his first move toward tightening the noose around women. Many Muslim women in particular female supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), protested against Khomeini by organizing a large rally against the misogynistic law Khomeini tried to justify with the slogan “either hijab or suppression.”

Two women in Iran have been handed finalised death sentences in the cities of Isfahan and Khoy.

Females Continue to Be Targeted by Iranian Regime

Navid Felker 04 October 2019

by Navid Felker

It has been reported that two women in Iran have been handed finalized death sentences in the cities of Isfahan and Khoy. They were previously informed of the court’s decision to execute them, but now the appeals process is over.

Zahra Derakhshan has been in Khoy Prison in Urmia in the province of West Azerbaijan since the end of 2016. Last November, she was given a death decree but she objected to the court’s ruling. The Criminal Court of Urmia has now finalized the decree, upholding the original ruling.

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