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Fearing Arrest, Iran’s Female Boxer Shines Light on Women’s Rights Issues

By Edward Carney

On Sunday, Al Monitor published an article examining the case of Sadaf Khadem, a female Iranian boxer who made headlines earlier this month when she won her first match against a foreign competitor after traveling to France for an officially sanctioned bout. The match was widely described as the first such opportunity for an Iranian woman, thereby lending more weight to Khadem’s victory. But despite the prior approval of Iran’s sports authority, Khadem cancelled her return trip out of fear that she would be arrested upon setting foot back in Iran.

In Iran, Women’s Political Participation a Trick Used to mislead West

By INU Staff

INU- One of the Iranian regime’s official state-run websites published an article at the beginning of the Persian New Year that discussed the reasons for the failure of women’s political participation.

Iran’s women are ruthlessly suppressed, no matter what the mullahs claim

By INU Staff

INU- When the Iranian Regime celebrated its 40th-anniversary last month, the mullahs boasted about a reported increase in female literacy and college education for women and claimed it as one of their crowning achievements.

Why Western women should support Maryam Rajavi

By INU Staff

INU- Iranian women are some of the most repressed in the world and they’ve been suffering under a theocratic dictatorship that restricts their rights in all sectors of their lives for the past 40 years. The bearded misogynists who rule Iran, led by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, care nothing for the lives of women and never will.

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.


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