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Maryam Rajavi and International Women’s Day: Part 1

By Mahmoud Hakamian

As we approach International Women’s Day, we have seen many instances of women being treated barbarically under the Iranian Regime, with the most prominent examples that come to mind being the normalisation of domestic abuse via Iranian state TV and the continued legalisation of child marriages.

Iran: Misogynistic Rule of Mullahs for 40 Years

By Siavosh

Iran is ruled by misogynistic mullahs who have spent the past 40 years suppressing women’s rights as part of their campaign to intimidate the entire nation. Under the Velayat-e Faqih Regime, women are seen as inadequate to men as so must be submissive and obedient slaves.

Iran Refused to Ban Child Marriage: Here's Why

By INU Staff

INU- The Iranian Regime failed to pass a parliamentary motion, proposed in December, which could have banned child marriage in the country, but this should come as no surprise when you understand that many of the ruling clerics have taken child brides themselves.

Body of Victim Stolen and Secretly Buried by Iran Security Forces

By INU Staff

INU- Iranian security forces have smuggled the body of a rape victim who died under suspicious circumstances out of the coroner’s office and secretly buried it in a cemetery in a small village before an autopsy could take place.

Zahra Navidpour, 28, was found dead at her mother’s home on Sunday, January 6, and the prosecutor’s office in Malekan announced her death as an “apparent suicide”. However, when her body was delivered to the Coroner’s Office for an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death, security forces stole her body and buried it secretly in Tazeh Qaleh (Malik Kandi) village.

Women watching men’s soccer matches

By INU Staff

INU- Just one day after a publicity stunt by the Iranian Regime to promote their so-called commitment to removing gender segregation for sports’ fans, prosecutor general, Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, made it clear that he opposes women being allowed to attend men’s soccer matches because it drives them to “sin”.

Khamenei Disregards Iran’s Record on Women’s Rights in Order to Criticize the Us

Mahmoud Hakamian

On Wednesday, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei used his English-language Twitter account to defend and promote his country’s policy of mandatory veiling for all women, and to accuse the United States of being the worse violator of women’s rights. The tweet referred to “the disaster of countless sexual assaults on Western women—including incidents leading to #MeToo campaign,” then linked to a post on the supreme leader’s official website, which consisted of excerpts of his previous speeches in defense of strict adherence to the regime’s interpretation of Islamic law as it applies to women.

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