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NCRI calls on rights organizations to support Iranian women arisen for freedom

 Women’s committee of NCRI calls on rights organizations to support Iranian women arisen for freedom

NCRI - Ms. Sarvnaz Chitsaz, Chair of the Women’s Committee of the Iranian Resistance, lauded female students’ perseverance against the clerical regime’s suppressive restrictions and regulations and called on all human rights and women’s rights organizations to condemn the misogynist policies of the regime and support the uprising of Iranian women and girls.

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Iran regime's membership in UN women's commission is a dagger to the heart of freedom-seeking women

ChitsazTehran regime's membership in UN women’s commission is a dagger to the heart of freedom-seeking women and counter to the commission's goals

NCRI's Women's Committee Chair, Ms. Sarvnaz Chitsaz, in a letter to the UN Secretary General, President of the UN Commission on the Status of Women and heads of member states, condemned the membership of the religious and misogynist dictatorship ruling Iran in the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, describing it as being contrary to the objectives and programs of the commission.

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Iranian regime trying in vain to brand forced veiling as "national attire" and "cultural heritage"

File Photo: Depicting a woman beaten by the police for "immoral appearance" in the public NCRI - The clerical regime’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, tried to dress its medieval concept of forced veiling as “national attire” in remarks that smacked of absurdity and demagoguery.

During a ridiculous show entitled “The Ceremony for National Registration of the Chador as the Veil of Iranian Ethnicities,” Ahmadinejad tried to amass a series of ludicrous statements and expressions like “the preference to veil oneself,” and “Iranian men and women have covered themselves throughout history,” and “chador is a full attire,” to describe the forced and suppressive veiling imposed by the mullahs against Iranian women as “the veil of Iranian ethnicities” and a “moral heritage.”

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Iran: Call to save lives of women political prisoners in Tehran's Evin prison

 NCRI - Women political prisoners in Ward209 of Tehran’s notorious Evin prison are kept in inhumane conditions and are subjected to various forms of physical and psychological torture. The cells in this ward are overloaded with prisoners following the transfer of women and girls arrested in the course of nationwide uprising.

The henchmen and the torturers tell the prisoners that they would deal with them in such a way that no other women would ever dare to come out for protest.

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Iran: NCRI Women's Committee calls for sanctions on Mullahs' regime

National Council of Resistance of IranNCRI Women’s Committee calls on world community to condemn suppression of women, sever diplomatic ties and impose sanctions on Mullahs’ regime

NCRI -The scenes of the martyrdom of Neda Salehi Agha Soltani, a young woman who was gunned down on June 20th by agents of the regime, have gripped the world. One of her relatives said: “Neda’s goal was not Mr. [Mir Hossein] Mousavi or [Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad. Her goal was her country, and it was important to her to take a step in this path. ... Neda was never a supporter of either of these two groups. Neda was after freedom - freedom for all. She said on many occasions that this would be true even if she loses her life and a bullet pierces her heart; and in fact the bullet did just that”.

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Iran: 12 women activists arrested in Tehran

Sarvnaz Chitsaz, Chair of the NCRI's Women's CommitteeNCRI - On March 26, the mullahs' suppressive agents arrested 12 women’s rights activists on Sohrevardi Street in Tehran. They were arrested on their way to the homes of some political prisoners as part of Iranian New Year, Nowrouz, traditions. The women activists had plans to visit the mourning mother of Dr. Zahra Bani Yaqoub who was mysteriously murdered by the State Security Forces (SSF)—mullahs' suppressive police-- while in their custody. The group was transferred to notorious Evin prison.

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Iran: Increasing suppression of women

Sarvnaz Chitsaz, Chair of the NCRI's Women's CommitteeNCRI - The misogynist mullahs’ regime has increased its suppression of women in a bid to prevent the rise of protest acts by Iranian women.

In the city of Sanandaj, the regime’s agents flogged two female labour activists, identified as Sousan Zazani and Shiva Kheirabadi. They were arrested on allegations of participating in Labour Day demonstrations. The insolence towards these women has led to widespread anger among the people of Sanandaj against the clerical regime.

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