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Iranians over the past few decades have found themselves with fewer and fewer rights and freedoms

The crackdown on the people of Iran continues. Iranians over the past few decades have found themselves with fewer and fewer rights and freedoms and the regime is systematically ordering further crackdowns.

It was widely reported on Tuesday that an Iranian woman had died in the hospital approximately a week after setting herself on fire outside the courthouse where judgement was pending in a case initiated against her after she tried to enter a stadium in defiance of the longstanding ban on female attendance at men’s sporting events.

It was widely reported on Tuesday that an Iranian woman had died in the hospital approximately a week after setting herself on fire outside the courthouse where the judgment was pending in a case initiated against her after she tried to enter a stadium in defiance of the longstanding ban on female attendance at men’s sporting events.

A female Iranian labor activist has been sentenced to seven years in prison and 74 lashes after her trial at the Revolutionary Court in Tehran on August 6.

Maryam Rajavi Says “No to Compulsory Veiling”

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian opposition, has been very vocal about her opinions on the forced veil in Iran, calling the mandatory dress code in Iran yet “another area of violence and compulsion”.

Maryam Rajavi on the Equal and Active Participation of Women in Iran’s Leadership

By INU Staff

INU -  Maryam Rajavi, leader of the Iranian opposition, is committed to making sure that women will be allowed to be politically active in a Free Iran; indeed its included on her ten-point plan for a future Iran. She believes that women should be able to hold any political office that they are elected to and that it would be important to achieve gender equality in terms of candidates for election, because men have held the gauntlet for far too long, making decisions on women’s lives without any input from a woman.

Tehran Delays, Then Rejects Foreign Calls for Expansion of Women’s Rights

By Edward Carney

On Wednesday, a semiofficial Iranian media outlet published remarks from the nation’s prosecutor general which seemed to underscore the theocratic regime’s commitment to defying foreign demands and international standards of behavior. At a time when the Islamic Republic is facing escalating pressure in the form of US sanctions and an emerging security coalition tasked with confronting Iranian threats in the Persian Gulf, it is also continuing to confront broader pressure from human rights advocates, non-governmental organizations, and the international community as a whole.

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