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Statements: Women in Iran

Allowing women into the football stadium; “A cynical public stunt”

Iranian women attending a football match under heavy security- Watching football for women in Iran is forbidden under mullah's regime-October 10, 2019
Iranian women attending a football match under heavy security- Watching football for women in Iran is forbidden under mullah's regime-October 10, 2019

The heartbreaking death of Sahar Khodayari dubbed as Blue Girl, who self-immolated after facing a six-month jail term for attending a soccer match, was the latest incident highlighting the tragic plight of Iranian women in Iran under the rule of the misogynous theocracy.

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Iran: Sahar Khodayari’s Death; Calling for the Condemnation of Clerical Regime’s Misogynous Policies

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The heart wrenching death of Sahar Khodayari, a young woman who had self-immolation to protest against suppression and discrimination.
Sahar Khodayari, the young woman that set herself ablaze outside one of the branches of the regime's Ministry of Justice in Tehran, after she heard that she had been sentenced to 6 months prison for attempting to enter Azadi Stadium. In Iran, it is forbidden to enter stadiums for women

The heart-wrenching death of Sahar Khodayari, a young woman who had self-immolated to protest against suppression and discrimination, underscores the imperative of confronting the religious tyranny ruling Iran and condemning its misogynous policies.

Sahar’s tragic death is heartbreaking for all Iranians, especially women and young girls, and only strengthens their resolve to overthrow the ruling theocracy and establish freedom and equality in Iran.

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Iran: Condemn 55 Years of Sentence for Three Women’s Rights Activists

Iran: Condemn 55 Years of Sentence for Three Women’s Rights Activists
Yasaman Aryani (left), Monireh Arabshahi (center), and Mojgan Keshavarz have been detained since April.

The Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran strongly condemns the medieval sentences issued by the clerical regime’s Judiciary for women’s rights activists Mojgan Keshavarz, Monireh Arabshahi, and her daughter, Yasaman Aryani.

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Save Lives of Women Political Prisoners in Qarchak Prison

Save Lives of Women Political Prisoners in Qarchak Prison

NCRI Women’s Committee urges dispatch of an international delegation to inspect Iranian prisons and visit political prisoners

The Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran strongly condemns the brutal battering of four women political prisoners in Qarchak Prison in Varamin.

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Anglo-Iranian Communities Celebrate International Women's Day in London

Anglo-Iranian Communities Celebrate International Women's Day in London

Highlighting the decisive role of women in Iran protests, they call on the UK Government to support the democratic aspiration of the Iranian people led by the Iranian Resistance

Members of the Anglo-Iranian Communities and supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran organised a rally outside Number 10 Downing Street in London on 9 March 2019, to mark International Women’s Day.

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