Iran’s regime is once again cracking down on women in Iran.
Six female singers were each sentenced to one year in prison for “unauthorized audiovisual activities, collaboration in making music and images, and airing them on anti-regime satellite networks,” the Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran reported on Friday.
Anna Fotyga MEP says the main Iranian opposition movement, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), is led by a woman.
Dr. Maria Ryan an advocate for women’s rights and human rights Speaking at “Women in the Iranian Resistance-Defying the Misogynist Regime” conference-Ashraf 3, MEK’s headquarter in Albania- July 14, 2019
A new suppressive plan will be enforced across Iran from this weekend to further crack down on women for so-called "improper veiling."
The acting commander of the regime's Police, Ayyoub Soleimani, said the new plan, called 'Nazer 2,' or Observer 2, will go into force on Saturday, August 31, 2019.
The new plan is designed to put maximum pressure on women, according to the Women's Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.
The Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Court in Tehran has sentenced civil activist Saba Kord Afshari to 24 years in prison for protesting the compulsory hijab (veil) and refusing to give a “televised confession.”
Ms. Afshari, in her early twenties, is presently detained in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison.