The Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi, spoke to a conference entitled, "Women's Role in War against Fundamentalism," held on March 2, 2016, at the European Parliament.
Is there a way out for Iranian women beset by so much injustice and oppression?
A report from the sale of unborn babies in Iran
What follows in this report is not just a commentary of an unpleasant event.
Thursday, February 4, the UN Committee on the Right of the Child condemned the Iranian regime for the rising number of child marriages, discrimination against girl children and laws that do not criminalize sexual relations with girl children.
Conditions of the women's delivery ward in Mottahari Hospital of Orumiyeh is unbearable.
“I don’t think it’s anticipated that drawing cartoons or writing poems would get you 15 to 20 years in prison”
Illiteracy rates among girls and women in Iran have become a cause for concern and in over 40 cities, the situation has become grave.
Three years ago in early January, a 25-year-old woman, a graduate of political sciences from Kermanshah’s Razi University, Shiler Farhadi ended her own life by her father’s hunting rifle.
Published by the Guardian, Friday 8 January 2016
In Iran, girls are held criminally accountable by law from the age of nine, and can be sentenced to death by hanging for crimes such as murder,