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Iran: More than 2000 Marivan residents demonstrate

iran-women-police100NCRI - In a series of anti-government demonstrations in Marivan, western Iran, yesterday, protesters gathered outside the local Judiciary office and chanted slogans against the regime and its misogynist rules.

The protests sparked following the horrific murder of an 18-year-old girl identified as Fereshteh Nejati by her father. Such appalling crimes take place based on misogynist rules and encouraged by ruling clerics in Iran and it is spreading. In the meantime, the perpetrators of these crimes are formally and lawfully immune from any punishment.

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Iran: New security patrols; an increase in suppression

Sample ImageNCRI - Hossein Tayeb, deputy commander of the paramilitary Bassij Force, a domestic subordinate of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) announced the formation of new "Security Patrols," reported the official news agency IRNA on Wednesday.

"The major goal for running the new Bassij patrols is to guarantee the safety and security of citizens in urban areas as well as combating 'hooligans and thugs.'...In addition, the [occasional] checkpoints run by the Bassij [in the neighborhoods] will be available, as before, at the time of possible crisis," said Tayeb.

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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.

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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."


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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].


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