formerly known as
Womens Liberation Front


Welcome to, formerly known as.Womens Liberation Front.  A website that hopes to draw and keeps your attention for  both the global 21th. century 3rd. feminist revolutution as well and a selection of special feminist artists and writers.

This online magazine will be published evey six weeks and started February 1st. 2019. Thank you for your time and interest.

Gino d'Artali
indept investigative journalist
and radical feminist










                                                                                                            CRYFREEDOM 2019/2020

Read all about the assasination of the 22 year young Jhina Mahsa Amini or Zhina Mahsa Amini (Kurdistan-Iran)
Gino d'Artali
Indept investigative journalist



the supreme leader, the arch-reactionary Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and his placeman president, Ebrahim Raisi. The message of the women when he visited a university is plain: <give way or get lost>.

Click here for chapter 1

Below is Chapter 2



18-17 Oct 2022
<<Iranian schoolgirl 'beaten to death for refusing to sing pro-regime anthem....

and more news

16 Oct 2022
'Brave women of Iran'
President Biden- USA
'International condemnation'
and more...

14-11 Oct 2022
<I am Mahsa's mother, I am Sarina's mother. I am the mother of all the children who were killed in this land. I am the mother of all the land of Iran, not a woman in the land of murderers,> Gino 'Artali: and not to forget Nika.
and 'We must rise up now or we will be the next Mahsa.'
and more...

10 Oct 2022
<We will throw the regime out through our continued struggle this time.> Oil company's worker' on strike his wife.

9-6 Oct 2022
<the beginning of the end>
'the burning to ashes and fall of the triangle.'...

9-6 Otober 2022
<It is not religion that binds women, but the selective dictates of those who wish them cloistered...

<We will fight...





When one hurts or kills a women
one hurts or kills hummanity and is an antrocitie.
Gino d'Artali
and: My mother (1931-1997) always said to me <Mi figlio, non esistono notizie <vecchie> perche puoi imparare qualcosa da qualsiasi notizia.> Translated: <My son, there is no such thing as so called 'old' news because you can learn something from any news.>
Gianna d'Artali

France 24 | News Wires
10 Oct 2022
<<Students and workers continue protests in Iran amid crackdown.
Iranian protesters remained defiant Monday with students staging sit-ins and some industrial workers going on strike despite a crack-down activists say has left dozens dead and hundreds more imprisoned. Videos posted on social media indicated that protests flared at various points in the capital and other cities over recent days, with women burning headscarves and shouting slogans against the Islamic republic. Kurdish rights group Hengaw accused the authorities of using heavy weaponry, including <shelling> on neighbourhoods and <machine gun fire>, in the northwestern city of Sanandaj - claims which could not be independently confirmed amid widespread internet blocks. Gunshots were also heard in Amini's home town of Saqqez, said the Norway-based group.
Workers on strike
Footage shared on social media, including by news site Iran Wire, said students at Tehran women's university Al-Zahra shouted criticism of the regime during a visit Saturday by President Ebrahim Raisi. Student at universities including Tehran Azad also painted their hands red to evoke the crackdown by the authorities on the protests, images showed. Analysts say that the multi-faceted nature of the protests - ranging from street marches to student strikes to individual actions of defiance - has complicated the state's attempts to quell the movement. This could make the protests an even bigger challenge to the authorities under supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, 83, than the November 2019 protests against energy price hikes that were bloodily put down. One viral video said to show a woman bare-headed in defiance of the dress code, in a street in the northwestern city of Kermanshah with outstretched arms and offering <free hugs> to passers-by. There have also been signs of labour  unrest. Videos broadcast by Persian media based outside Iran showed striking workers burning tyres outside the Asalouyeh petro-chemical plant in the country's southwest. IHR said workers were blocking roads there, and there were also reports of strikes at refineries in Abadan in the west of Iran and Kengan in the south.
In an act of cyber defiance, the hacking group Edalat-e Ali (Ali's Justice) had posted an image during the main state TV evening news on Saturday of Khamenei in crosshairs and being consumed by flames.>>
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The Guardian
Supported by The Guardian
10 Oct 2022
By Abu Muslim Shirzad
<<'The fire of our anger is still burning': protesters in Iran speak out.
<They have been telling us to tolerate the situation for 43 years. Our life passed by, waiting. We are frustrated and disillusioned because we have no freedom and no economy. The tyranny of the rulers has become unbearable, even breathing has become difficult in this country.> These are the words of the 27-year-old Marzia, in Tehran, who has been standing against the Iranian Republic's regime in different ways - including using the slogan <death to the dictator>. Marzia says protesting against the mandatory hijab law was just an excuse and the main causes were <disappointments - with injustice, poverty and lack of human freedom>, which has put everyone in <an explosive condition>. She tells the Guardian: <This situation is intolerable. Our money is spent in Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Palestine, while we ourselves live in poverty and misery. We are no longer fooled by promises and slogans. The fire of our anger is still burning and the Islamic Republic is melting like ice. There is no one left to defend the system, except Basijis, the Revolutionary Guards and Akhunds [Islamic scholars].> Najib, a 24-year-old resident of Zahedan, the capital of the Sistan and Balu-chestan province in the south-east, says that since Friday, panic has spread in the city, while the internet and other telecommunications were cut off and have only recently been restored. <I will never forget the bloody Friday of 30 September. They attacked from the ground and from the air. They even shot us in the head and chest with a sniper,> he says. Najib, who was one of the protesters on 30 September in Zahedan, says security agents used repressive measures. According to statistics provided by the Iranian government, only 19 protesters and five security agents were killed. Amnesty International said on Thursday that at least 82 people have been killed by Iranian security forces in Zahedan since protests erupted there on 30 September. Sayed Ali Hasani, a 35-year-old media activist and protester from Mazandaran, a central-northern province of Iran, says that 26 people were killed in the first seven days of protests in the province. <The people are dissatisfied with the government and angry at the rulers.
What the Islamic Republic is doing these days is the most brutal way possible to suppress the protesters. It's insane.
The way the Islamic Republic pretends that this movement is an uprising asking for nudity is completely wrong. People are fed up with discrimination, injustice and poverty and they use any means to raise their voices. Mahsa Amini's death is actually an excuse for this women's revolution,> he says. <Iran is a rich country, but its people pay for proxy wars under the slogan of destroying Israel. Iran's rulers make up only 1% of the country's population, the other 99% of people want freedom of opinion and expression, which does not exist now,> he adds.
<I am sure that these protests will continue until the complete over-throw of the Islamic Republic regime. I doubt that the corrupt government will be able to suppress protests and later possible ​strikes.> >>
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The Guardian
10 Oct 2022
By Patrick Wintour - Diplomatic editor
<<Gunshots and blasts heard at Mahsa Amini protests in Iran.
Gunshots and explosions were heard in the Iranian Kurdish city of Sanandaj on Monday as the protests over the death of a 22-year-old Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini continued to unfold across the country. Government officials are struggling to end the protests led by young Iranians, especially women, previously regarded as uninterested by politics. The British government is imminently expected to announce a first round of sanctions against Iranian officials deemed to be violently suppressing the demonstrations. In an ominous development for the regime, more than 1,000 workers at the Bushehr and Damavand petrochemical plants carried out a threat to go on strike, chanting <death to the dictator>. The government will be desperate to ensure Iran's profitable oil industry continues in production, and such protests do not spread through the industry,
The violence in Kurdish areas on Monday morning reflects Amini's Kurdish roots. Demonstrations in the region began on 17 September after her funeral. Amini died in custody after being detained by Iran's <morality police>. The human rights group Hengaw posted footage it described as smoke rising in a Sanandaj neighbourhood with what sounded like rapid rifle fire echoing through the night sky and people shouting. During the protests in the neighbouring Kurdish county of Salas-e Babajani, a 22-year-old man called Arin Muridi was murde-red, Hengaw claimed. He was hit by direct fire from government forces during the Salas-e Babajani protests on Sunday evening, it said. Esmail Zarei Kousha, the governor of Iran's Kurdistan province, alleged without providing evidence that unknown groups <plotted to kill young people on the streets> on Saturday, the semi-official Fars news agency reported. Deaths were also reported by officials after a riot broke out at Lakan prison in Rasht. Officials claimed the incident was precipitated by a dispute between two prisoners but there have also been reports of political activity in the facility in recent days.
For the third time since the unrest started, members of the medical community issued a statement demanding security forces show greater restraint, saying protesters were being taken out of ambulances and beaten up with batons.
The government has reiterated that the protests are either being exaggerated or generated by partisan Farsi media, such as BBC Persian, that broadcasts into the country. It accuses BBC Farsi and Iran International of feeding a diet of lies. However, social media showed students chanting: <This is not a protest, this is a revolution>, <poverty corruption and injustice, shame on this tyranny> and <don't think it is only today, we are going to come out every day>. The husband of the Iranian reporter Niloufar Hamedi, who helped break the story about the death of Amini, said his wife was still being held in jail 18 days after she was arrested. She is said to be under questioning but has not been charged.>>
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Opinion by Gino d'Artali: Better said fact: untill now more than 2.500 demonstrating and mostly young people/students were battoned or shot to death by the 'marality police' or the basij.

France 24
10 Oct 2022
<<Iran returns star footballer Daei's passport seized over protests.
Tehran (AFP) - Authorities in Iran have returned the passport of Ali Daei, the country's football legend confirmed to AFP on Monday, after confiscating it for supporting protests over Mahsa Amini's death.
Iran has been gripped by nationwide demonstrations since the 22-year-old Kurdish woman's death was announced on September 16, three days after she was arrested in Tehran for allegedly violating the country's strict dress code. The street violence has led to dozens of deaths, mostly of protesters but also of members of the security forces. Hundreds have also been arrested. <Upon my return from abroad, my passport was confiscated by police at Tehran's international airport in the presence of my family and other people,> Daei said, in his first comments to the media since the beginning of the protests. <The receipt they gave me said I had to go to the public and revolutionary prosecutor in the capital (Tehran) to follow up the case,> he noted. The passport's confiscation <wasn't and isn't an important issue for me, so I didn't go anywhere>, Daei said, adding that the authorities <returned it after two or three days>.  Daei on September 27 used social media to call on the government to <solve the problems of the Iranian people rather than using repression, violence and arrests>. <The confiscation of Ali Daei's passport was due to what he wrote on Instagram in response to the death of Mahsa Amini,> reformist paper Hammihan reported earlier Monday.
'Lack of respect'
The football star told AFP: <Unfortunately, I don't understand why they seized my passport. And after this lack of respect, what does the return of the passport mean legally?> A number of Iranian sportsmen, actors and filmmakers have thrown their weight behind the demonstrations, asking authorities in the Islamic republic to listen to the people's demands. On Thursday, local media reported that former Bayern Munich midfielder Ali Karimi was facing prosecution over his support for the protests. The authorities have also seized the passports of singer Homayoun Shajarian and his wife, actress Sahar Dolatshahi, as well as that of filmmaker Mehran Modiri, the ILNA news agency reported on Sunday. On September 30, Iranian authorities arrested former football player Hossein Mahini over his support for the protests, accusing him of "encouraging riots.
Mahini was reportedly released on bail early last week.>>
Source AFP
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