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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 month and started February 2019 1st. 2019. Thank you for your time and interest.

Gino d'Artali
indept investigative journalist
radical feminist and activist









                                                                                                            CRYFREEDOM 2019/2020


Read all about the Iranian Zan, zendagi, azadi  (Women, life, freedom) revolution!

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>.

'Facing Faces and Facts' to commemorate the above named and more and food for thought and inspiration to fight on.

   Click here for Chapter 7   Click here for Chaper 6   Click here for Chapter 5     Click here for Chapter 4   Click here for Chapter 3    Click here for Chapter 2     Click here for Chapter 1
Description of chapters coming up

20 - 16 Dec 2022
<Make no mistake, this was a revolution from its earliest days. It was not just protests. The revolutionary current that started this will see it to a finish. They are weak and they are scared of us,> ....
and more news


16 - 13 Dec 2022
The vote in the 54-member council known as ECOSOC to remove Iran from the Commission on the Status of Women for the remainder of its 2022-2026 term was 29-8 with 16 abstentions. US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield called the vote <historic,> the first-ever ouster of a commission member and <the right thing to do. I think we sent a strong message to the Iranian government and we sent a strong message to Iranian women,>  ... and more news

13 - 12 Dec 2022
Has the Iranian judiciary began the execution spree of protesters?

9 - 7 Dec 2022
Iranian forces shooting at faces and genitals of female protesters, medics say...

and more news...

7 - 6 Dec 2022
President Ebrahim Raisi said in televised comments Saturday that Iran's republican and Islamic foundations were constitutionally entrenched <but there are methods of implementing the constitution that can be flexible>. ...  

5 - 3 Dec 2022
<<Iran civil uprising is a 'turning point in the history of Iranian people'   

30 - 28 Nov 2022
Iranian authorities have arrested a niece of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei after she recorded a video describing the authorities led by her uncle as a <murderous and child-killing regime>. Farideh Moradkhani comes from a branch of the family that has a record of opposition to Iran's clerical leadership and has herself been jailed previously in the country.>> ...





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

Note by Gino d'Artali: The Zan, zendagi, azadi!> (Women, life, freedom) has just started and will only then end when khamenei and his puppets i.e. the morality police and the basijis give way or get lost!!
So Chapter 6 is where the protests continue and I'll continue to inform you about it. That's my pledge.

The Guardian
13 Dec 2022
By Oliver Holmes
<<Iran jails 400 for up to 10 years over widespread uprisings
Courts in and around the Iranian capital have jailed 400 people for charges related to recent protests, with many of the defendants sentenced to up to 10 years in prison. Ali Alghasi-Mehr, judiciary chief for Tehran province, said judges had handed down the rulings to <rioters> - a term officials use for all demonstrators who defy Iran's hardline theocratic rule. In comments quoted by the judiciary's Mizan Online website, Alghasi-Mehr said: <One hundred and sixty people were sentenced to between five and 10 years in prison, 80 people to two to five years and 160 people to up to two years>.
Tehran is one of 31 provinces in the country, meaning the total number of jail sentences is likely to be several times higher. UN human rights experts estimate that more than 14,000 people have been arrested across the country since mid-September. The movement was sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish-Iranian woman who was allegedly beaten into a coma by morality police for wearing her headscarf the wrong way. But it has since morphed into the biggest civil uprising for years, with Iranians expressing their rage over deca-des of oppression, misogyny in the name of religion, and international isolation. Authorities have responded with force, firing at and beating protesters. The UN office of the high commissioner for hu-man rights has said more than 300 people have been killed in the crackdown, including at least 40 children. In an attempt to stop the rallies from spreading, Iran has imposed internet blackouts. More recently - and to dissuade dissent further - it has publicised harsh sentences handed out by its courts, including 11 death sentences, two of which have been carried out.
Amnesty believes 20 more people are at risk of execution for alleged offences in connection with the protests. However, Iranian activists fear that the speed at which people are being sentenced to death - and the return of the public hangings that have become rare in re-cent years - means there is a serious risk of mass executions.>>
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The Guardian
6 Dec 2022
<<The long read
Iran's moment of truth: what will it take for the people to topple the regime?>....
Read it here:

Womens News Agency
13 Dec 2022
<<Uprising in Iran enters its 88th day: Public anger grows
The people of Iran and Rojihilat continue to take to the streets. In the city of Javanrud, protesters wrote anti-regime slogans on the building of the governorate and the intelligence agency.
News Center- Despite oppression, torture, detention, arrest and executions, the people of Iran and Rojhilat continue to take to the streets to protest the regime. Yesterday, the Iranian authorities executed a young protester named Majidreza Rahnavard. On December 8, Iranian authorities executed a young protester named Mohsen Shekari.
Woman was subjected to torture
Today, the Iranian regime forces raided the home of Seifullah Hosseini, a teacher, by breaking the door and windows. The regime forces tortured her and her spouse while taking them into custody. Her hands have been reportedly broken by the regime forces.
Protesters gathered in front of the state buildings
After the detention of the teacher and her spouse, many people gathered in front of the state buildings in the city of Javanrud to demand their release. The protesters also wrote anti-regime slogans on the buildings of the governorate and the intelligence agency.
Executions spark anger
Yesterday, female university students held marches in Shiraz and Mashhad to protest the executions of the protesters. The university students keep taking to the streets to protest the regime. Yes-terday, political prisoners held in Evin Prison published a letter demanding the end of executions. According to the local sources, the number of activists who were detained and sentenced to death in many cities of Rojhilat Kurdistan, particularly in the town of Shino, has risen to six. The names of young people, who have been sentenced to death, are: Şehram Meruf Mula, Karwan Şahi Pervane, Reza İslam Dost, Hejar Hemidi, Ferzad and Ferhad Tahazade.
Despite oppression, torture, detention, arrest and executions, people keep taking to the streets in Iran and Rojhilat to protest the regime.>>

France 24|The Observers
12 Dec 2022
Text by Olivia Bizot
<<Iran carries out second protest-related execution in its 'killing spree'
Iran carried out its second execution linked to the anti-government protests challenging the country's theocracy on December 12. Our Observer, Hadi Ghaemi, who works as the Executive Director of the 'Centre for Human Rights in Iran', told us this <killing spree> to crush protests is likely to shift into <high gear> very soon. At least 11 protesters are currently on death row. Meanwhile, 28 others, including children, are facing charges that carry the death penalty.
Majidreza Rahnavard, 23, was hanged <in public> early on Monday, in the city of Mashhad. He was convicted of <waging a war against God> after he was accused of fatally stabbing two members of the paramilitary Basij, a volunteer force often deployed by Iranian authorities to suppress dissent. People can be heard chanting <Martyr of the country Majidreza Rahnavard> in a video filmed at Rahnavard's grave on Monday.>>
Source, video of 4 min. incl.:

France 24
12 Dec 2022
Text by News wires
<<Iran carries out second execution linked to anti-regime protests
Iran on Monday executed a second prisoner detained and convicted amid nationwide protests challenging the country's theocracy, airing footage on state television it claimed shows him stabbing two security force members to death and running away. The public hanging of Majidreza Rahnavard, less than a month after he allegedly carried out the fatal stabbings - purportedly angry about security forces killing protesters - shows the speed at which Iran now carries out death sentences handed down for those detained in the demonstra-tions the government hopes to put down. Activists warn that at least a dozen people already have been sentenced to death in closed-door hearings. At least 488 people have been killed since the demonstrations began in mid-September, according to Human Rights Activists in Iran, a group that's been monitoring the protests. Another 18,200 people have been detained by authorities. Iran's Mizan news agency, under the country's judiciary, alleged Rahnavard had stabbed two se-curity force members to death Nov. 17 in the city of Mashhad and wounded four others. The agency said the execution took place on Monday morning, in public, in Mashhad.
A heavily edited state television report aired after Rahnavard's execution showed clips of him in the courtroom. In the video, he says he came to hate the Basijis after seeing video clips on social media of the forces beating and killing protesters.>>
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France 24
11 Dec 2022
Text by News Wires
<<Several Iranian protesters at risk of imminent execution, rights groups say
Rights groups warned Sunday that several protesters in Iran are at imminent risk of execution, following an international backlash against the clerical regime's first hanging linked to ongoing demonstrations. The almost three-month-old protest movement was sparked by the death in custody of Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish-Iranian arrested by the morality police for allegedly breaching the Islamic republic's strict dress code for women. The protests, described by the authorities as <riots>, represent the biggest challenge to the regime since the shah's ouster in 1979. They have been met with a crack-down that activists say aims to instil public fear. Iran on Thursday executed Mohsen Shekari, 23, who was convicted of attacking a member of the security forces. Rights groups said he underwent a show trial marked by undue haste. Iran's judiciary says it has handed down death sentences to 11 people so far in connection with the pro-tests, but campaigners say around a dozen others face charges that could see them receive the death penalty. Unless foreign govern-ments <significantly increase> the diplomatic and economic costs to Iran, the world <is sending a green light to this carnage>, said Hadi Ghaemi, executive director of the New York-based Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI). Amnesty International said Iran was now <preparing to execute> Mahan Sadrat, 22, just a month after his <grossly unfair> trial. He was convicted of drawing a knife in the protests, an accusation he strongly denied in court. On Saturday, Sadrat was transferred from Greater Tehran Prison to Rajai Shahr prison in the nearby city of Karaj, <sparking concerns that his execution may be carried out imminently>, Amnesty said.
'Show trial'
<Like all other death row prisoners, he was denied any access to his lawyer during the interrogations, proceedings and show trial,> said another group, Oslo-based Iran Human Rights. Amnesty warned the life of another young man arrested over the protests, Sahand Nourmohammadzadeh, was also at risk <after a fast-tracked proceeding which did not resemble a trial>. He was sentenced to death in November on accusations of <tearing down highway railings and setting fire to rubbish cans and tires>, the group said. Among others handed the same sentence is rapper Saman Seyedi, 24, from Iran's Kurdish minority. His mother pleaded for his life on social media in a video where she stated <my son is an artist not a rioter.>
Another dissident rapper, Toomaj Salehi, who expressed support for anti-regime protests, is charged with <corruption on earth> and could face a death sentence, Iranian judicial authorities confirmed last month. <We fear for the life of Iranian artists who have been indicted on charges carrying the death penalty,> United Nations experts said in a statement, referring to the cases of Sayedi and Salehi.>>
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Womens Media Centre
12 Dec 2022
<<Honorary citizenship of Lyon given to Narges Mohammadi
News Center - On December 10, 2022, International Human Rights Day, The city of Lyon gave honorary citizenship to imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi. At the ceremony at Lyon City Hall, Kiana and Ali Rahmani accepted the honorary citizenship of Lyon on behalf of their mother. Narges Mohammadi is an Iranian human rights activist and journalist. She has unjustly been held in Iran's Evin Prison, serving numerous sentences for her human rights work. At the ceremony, the message of Narges Mohammadi was read. In her message, she highlighted the slogan Jin, Jiyan Azadi.>>

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