Iran: Creating "Special Police Station" to suppress women

NCRI - The mullahs' regime has created a new suppressive force called the "Special Police Station Women." The news was announced by Fariba Shygan, a women commander and the head of Kosar Higher Education Institute, belonging to the State Security Forces (SSF), the official news agency IRNA reported on Wednesday.

In a meeting at the institute, Brig. Gen. Mohammad Rafinia, head of the SSF Military Skills University, and Brig. Gen. Ahmad Mohammadi Far, deputy commander of SSF Public Security and Shygan welcomed the formation of the new women's police station in other cities across the nation and called for a similar plan in the capital.

Iranian Resistance calls for a thorough investigation into the death of Dr. Zahra Baniameri

NCRI - Following the arrest and murder of Zahra Baniameri, a twenty-six-year old Tehran University medical school graduate by the State Security Forces (SSF), Ms. Sarvnaz Chitsaz, NCRI's Women's Committee Chair called on Ms. Yakin Ertürk, Special Rapporteur of the UN Human Rights Council on Violence against Women to conduct a thorough investigation into the murder. She added that her committee is willing and able to provide documents regarding the matter.

Ms. Chitsaz said, "All evidence show that the SSF misogynist agents murdered the young physician."

Iran: A young woman faces gallows after eighteen years in prison

NCRI - A young woman, Soghra Najafpoor, accused of killing an eight-year-old boy spent eighteen years behind bars. She was thirteen at the time of alleged crime but the mullahs' judiciary insists on carrying on the hanging soon, the state-run daily Etemaad reported on October 2.

Iran: increased suppression under the pretext of "public security"

NCRI - On July 23, head of the State Security Forces (SSF) in greater Tehran, Brig. Gen. Ahmad Reza Radan announced the "new phase of public security."

"This plan [referring to public security] will be in effect as long as the "mal-veiling" has not come under control," said Radan.

Systematic suppression of Iranian women

NCRI - Last night, chief of the State Security Forces (SSF) in Greater Tehran, Brig. Gen. Ahmad-Reza Radan, said, "[Street] mannequins are stooges for others," the state television reported.

He brazenly continued, "If you are planning not to obey the declared dress codes, you must be afraid of the Police. We have publicly announced the official dress codes [for women].

Increased suppression under the pretext of "mal-veiling"

NCRI - The misogynist leaders of the mullahs are trying to suppress the volatile state of the society under the pretext of "mal-veiling."

A member of the Cultural Committee in the regime's Majlis (parliament), Seyyed Jalal Yahyazadeh, said, "Last year, in a proposal to the Chief of State Security Forces (SSF) to establish an information database which would register the repeated offenders of the [Islamic] code of dress, a repeated offender's name would be registered several times in that database if she insists on the offence...If this cultural cure is not effective then a physical approach by the SSF would be necessary...Therefore, until such a time that mal-veiling is dealt with in the governmental institutions, its implementation in the society at large would not be feasible," the state-run news agency ILNA reported on April 13.

Iran: Increasing suppression under the pretext of "mal-veiling"

The misogynistic regime ruling Iran under the pretext of mal-veiling is trying to increase suppression of women and youths

NCRI - Commander of Greater Tehran's State Security Forces (SSF), Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Radan said, "In next few days, we will embark on solving the mal-veiling problem...wearing short-legged pants, using small scarves which do not cover hair completely, wearing tight garments or the ones which make body transparent are forbidden for ladies and the SSF units will prevent such clothing [in public]." 

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