By Nehad Ismail
"Face to Face with the Beast" in Khomeini's Prisons
Newsblaze - This is a book about Iranian women in the mullahs' prisons, as told by Ms Hengameh Haj Hassan.
By Brian Booker
According to the National Council of Resistance of Iran, two women were executed in Iran today at the infamous Qerchak Prison in Varamin. Executions in Iran appear to be on the upswing with 63 other people having been executed in recent days.
Demonstrations in the city of Mahabad took place in response to the death of a young girl, named Farinaz Khosravani, who killed herself to escape the rape attempt by an agent of the Iranian regime’s Intelligence Ministry.
Sahar from Tehran:
On Women’s Day , I was thinking about Nasim who lost her beautiful face this year; thinking about all those innocent women whose beautiful faces were burnt due to the acid attacks carried out state agents ; my fellow women who are imprisoned for mal-veiling.
During the past weeks we have witnessed what has been considered as the completion of a very long negotiation process between the United States and Iran on its nuclear program.
The Providence Journal
By Donna M. Hughes
While the Rhode Island General Assembly was deciding to divest state money from companies that operate in Iran, I attended the main Iranian opposition group’s gathering in France.
By Peter Paton
The Conservative Papers
The West should give its full blooded support to Maryam Rajavi, the progressive and charismatic President of the Iranian Mojahedin-e-Khalq ( MEK), and help her bring about REGIME CHANGE in IRAN, and free the sorely pressed and oppressed Persian people from the ISLAMO FASCIST MULLAH REGIME in Tehran.
By: Sid Ahmed Ghozali, Former Prime Minister of Algeria
I have met many Iranian resistance fighters. I have regularly attended many of their gatherings and meetings in many different European countries, and learnt many things from them.
by Professor Sara Chandler
I recently returned from Paris where I spoke on behalf of the Law Society at the International Women’s Day conference in support of Iranian women in exile. There are 1,000 Iranian women held in two camps in Iraq, where they have been refugees for 25 years.
European foreign ministers on Monday added nine officials of the Iranian regime who were said to be "responsible for serious human rights violations" to the list of those subject to a travel ban and an asset freeze. A noble act on its own merit but a much bigger question lingers. What step, if any, by the west could spark the 'Iranian Spring'? Whatever the answer might be, one thing is for sure, when that day comes women will play a prominent role.