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Iran: Execution of women a direct result of the mullahs' foreign and domestic turmoil

NCRI - Deputy Commander of State Security Forces in Khorassan Province, Brig. Gen. Satar Bozorgmehar announced a new suppressive plan called "National Security" under which 4,518 mal-veiled women had already been arrested, the state-run news agency Mehr reported on September 11.

He added that the plan would be implemented through new patrols called "Anti-Vice Patrols" which are comprised of both stationary and mobile units.

Simultaneously, the government-run media reported that the death sentences for two young women identified as Shahla Jahed and Kobra Rahman-pour were upheld by the mullahs' judiciary. One of the regime's female Majlis deputies, Eshrat Sha'egh, expressed amazement at the media for paying any attention to the upholding of their sentences.

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Iran : Last month, 64,000 women in Tehran were reprimanded on charges of "mal-veiling"

NCRI - The state-run news agency ISNA reported that on Sunday the commander of State Security Forces' Internal Security Division in Greater Tehran Brig. Gen. Mohammad Alipour announced that in the past month, 64,000 "mal-veiled" women were reprimanded.

Alipour said, "In one month, 63,963 mal-veiled women were either warned or reprimanded, and 1,149 vehicles whose occupants were either mal-veiled or creating noise pollution were confiscated."

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Iran: Demonstration by thousands of women against mullahs' misogyny

Iran: Demonstration by thousands of women against mullahs’ misogynyMrs. Maryam Rajavi calls on Iranian women and youths to support the women in Tehran in their struggle against the mullahs' regime

NCRI - At 5 p.m. this afternoon, thousands of women gathered in 7 Tir (Rezaiiha) Square to protest against the misogynistic polices of the mullahs' regime in Iran. They were brutally attacked by suppressive forces.

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Iran regime takes further measures to crack down on women

Iran regime takes further measures to crack down on women NCRI - The Iranian regime's Supreme Council on Cultural Revolution has been considering the so-called plan for "fashion and clothing", according to the state-run news agency, ISNA.

In releasing the news, a member of the Majlis (Parliament) Culture Committee said, "Cultural problems are not like economic problems which could be resolved through coupons". She reiterated, "The State Security Forces should first only issue warnings and if that was not enough it should take more serious measures". The announcement signaled more crackdown on women by the Iranian regimes' suppressive agencies.

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Iran: Mullahs' misogynous policies lead to rise in serial killings of women

Iran: Mullahs' misogynous policies lead to rise in serial killings of womenNCRI - The discovery of bodies of three young women in Tehran brought to six the total number of women who have been murdered in the capital last week, according to state-run media. The unidentified victims, between the ages of 20 and 30, had been brutally murdered and their bodies dumped in remote outskirts of Tehran.

Mrs. Sarvnaz Chitsaz, Chair of NCRI's Women's Committee, said, "The alarming increase of such horrific crimes in Tehran and other cities of Iran is, before anything else, the result of misogynous actions, policies, and laws of the mullahs' regime, which have set the stage for serial murders of Iranian women and girls. The killers believe they can act with impunity."

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Iran: Suppression of women on International Women's Day

Iran: Suppression of women on International Women’s DayNCRI - On International Women's Day, the misogynist ruling regime in Iran has initiated a crackdown on Iranian women in streets and public areas around the country.

In Tehran, women took to the streets in different areas of the city such as University Park, Revolution Square, and Park-e-Lale chanting "Down with the dictator, long live freedom." They gathered while the suppressive State Security Forces (SSF) surrounded the area in a bid to disperse them.  At 17:00 local time, the SSF began lobbing teargas into the crowds.

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Death sentence for a teenage girl in Iran condemned

woman to be hangedThe state-run daily Etemad reported that the clerical regime's judiciary has condemned an 18-year-old girl for killing a man who attempted to rape her.

The victim, identified as Nazanin, was attacked when only 17 by three men who attempted to rape her and her niece. In the scuffle that followed, Nazanin acted in self-defense which resulted in the death of one of the attackers. She testified in court: "I only committed homicide while trying to defend myself and my niece. I had no intention of killing that man. At that moment I didn't know what to do because nobody came to help us."

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