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

<All or none. Don't be afraid. We are together..protesting women chanted in the streets....and more news
29 - 24 December 2022
23 - 5 December 2022

10 October - 17-3 November 2022
21-1 September 2022
27-31 August 2022
27-23 August 2022
14 and 19-13 August 2022
13-3 August 2022

'I will resist': Afghan female journalists defy taliban pressure.
JULY 2022

Click here for June untill January 2022

Click here for an overview of 2021







International media about atrocities
against women worldwide.
25 - 7 December 2022
6 December - 29 November 2022
17 -25 November 2022
15 November  incl. 8 October 2022

28-18 October 2022
21-18 October 2022
14-5 October 2022
22 September-26 August
31-21 August 2021
16 AUGUST-27 JULY 2022
JULY 2022
19 - 11 July 2022

(incl. 28 June 2022 and
6 and 1 July 2022 and 30 June 2022

Click here for June untill January 2022








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

Read all about the Zan, zendagi, azadi!> (Women, life, freedom) women revolution in Iran by clicking here

Womens News Agency
6 Dec 2022
<<More than one in five people experience violence and harassment at work
News Center - More than one in five people in employment have experienced violence and harassment at work, whether physical, psy-chological or sexual, according to a report released by the International Labour Organization (ILO), Lloyd's Register Foundation (LRF) and Gallup. The report entitled, <Experiences of violence and harassment at work: A global first survey> is based on interviews conducted in 2021 with nearly 75,000 employed individuals aged 15 years or older in 121 countries and territories. The report looks at the factors that may prevent people from talking about their expe-riences, including shame, guilt or a lack of trust in institutions, or because such unacceptable behaviors are seen as <normal>. The report found that only half of victims worldwide had disclosed their experiences to someone else, and often only after, they had suffered more than one form of violence and harassment. The most common reasons given for non-disclosure were <waste of time> and <Fear for their reputation>. Women were more likely to share their expe-riences than men, the report said. <Globally, 17.9 percent of em-ployed men and women said they had experienced psychological vio-lence and harassment in their working life, and 8.5 per cent had fa-ced physical violence and harassment, with more men than women experiencing this. Of respondents, 6.3 per cent reported facing se-xual violence and harassment, with women being particularly exposed. <The groups most likely to be affected by different types of violence and harassment include youth, migrant workers, and wage and salaried women and men. Young women were twice as likely as young men to have faced sexual violence and harassment, and migrant women were almost twice as likely as non-migrant women to report sexual violence and harassment,> the report said.
The report made the following recommendations to prevent violence and harassment at work: >>
Read the recommendations here:

Womens News Agency
5 Dec 2022
<<Iran: Masoumeh killed by her father after escaping from her abusive husband
News Center - Women are still killed in the name of <Honor> and <Protecting the family's reputation> in many countries, including Iran. Sina Qalandari, Iranian journalist, reported that a young woman was killed in the city of Ahvaz, the capital of Iran's Khuzestan province. The journalist reported that 17-year-old Masoumeh was killed by her father after she had escaped from her abusive husband. <17-year-old Masoumeh was forced into child marriage. A while ago, she took refuge in her father's house because of violence she was subjected to by her husband. Her father, 45, killed her daughter in the name of 'honor' due to pressure from his clan. He left her body in front of the house of Sheikh Taifeh. According to the local sources, the father was arrested and he confessed to having killed his daughter. In his statement at the police station, he said, <I killed her to protect my honor and my family reputation.> The local sources think the father may go unpunished.>>
Opinion by Gino d'Artali: This is excactly why also the Zan Zenjadi Azadi revolution is needed! Read more here:

Womens News Agency
1 Dec 2022
By Caroline Bazzi
<<Beirut - Exhibition in Lebanon to empower women victims of violence
The Lebanese Democratic Women's Gathering (RDFL) held a handi-craft exhibition in Beirut with the participation of the women and girls benefiting from its Economic Empowerment Program as part of the 16-day activism to eliminate violence against women
'Women's economic empowerment breaks silence and fear'
Rafqa Bou Younes, coordinator of the RDFL's program, told NuJINHA, <We usually organize more than one activity during the 16-day acti-vism, but this year, we organized a handicraft exhibition due to the bad economic conditions. Women and girls attending our courses on making handicrafts displayed their works at the exhibition.> Under-lining that their aim was to empower women victims of violence, she said, <The target group is every woman, who wants to gain her economic independence in order to protect herself from all forms of violence. We believe that women’s economic empowerment breaks silence and fear because when women gain their economic indepen-dence, they can prevent violence against them.> Speaking about their handicraft course, she said, <The women attending the course made beautiful handicrafts during the one-month course. After the course, two women started their own business.>
'The courses give women hope for a better future'
Gayle Machaalani, a coordinator of the RDFL in Beirut, told us that the aim of the RDFL is to support women's economic empowerment. <Women victims of violence and women who want to have their eco-nomic independence attend our courses. After their applications, I contacted them to inform them about our courses. Women were very interested in the courses. Then, they informed their relatives about the courses. The number of women attending our courses was more than we expected. After the courses, we support them to start their own business so that they will achieve economic independence.>>
Read all here:

France 24
2 Dec 2022
By: Annette Young|Yong CHIM|Audrey LILING
<<Female genital mutilation: What it will take to end a dangerous tradition?
More than 200 million girls and women have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM) across 30 countries, according to the United Nations. Rooted in cultural beliefs, FGM is deeply harmful; risking in death or long-term health issues for the victim. Many nations have made the practice illegal but the tradition still continues. Annette Young meets Tanzanian activist, Rhobi Samwelly, who has establis-hed several safe houses for girls wanting to escape the procedure. We also report on a hospital in Nairobi, Kenya where FGM survivors are undergoing reconstructive surgery. Plus with many caught up with World Cup fever, we report on an Argentinian women's football team which is making a mark on the pitch.>>
Watch the video , 12.29 min., here

The Guardian
1 Dec 2022
By Matthew Weaver and agencies
<<Man found guilty of murdering two women at East Sussex farm
A builder who described himself as a <psychopath with a conscience> has been found guilty of murdering two women, one of whom he kept semi-captive in a shipping container. Mark Brown, 41, killed Leah Ware, 33, and Alexandra Morgan, 34, six months apart last year at a remote farm near St Leonards, in East Sussex, a jury at Hove crown court found. He met both women on one of the UK's largest prostitution websites, where Brown used the profile name <fistymc>, the court heard. Brown put Morgan, a mother of two, head-first into a home-made incinerator before dumping her remains, it was told. The body of Ware, a mother of three, has never been found, but the prosecution believe he used a similar method to dispose of her body. The court heard that Brown had an interest in <extreme sexual activities> and held Ware as a <voluntary prisoner> in a shipping container on the farm during an increasingly controlling relationship. Ware had described Brown as creepy after a friend expressed surprise that she was living in a dark container. The jury of 10 men and two women took 10 and a half hours to convict Brown of both murder charges on Thursday. Brown stared ahead with a blank expression as the verdict was read out. There were gasps from the public gallery, where the families of Morgan and Ware were sitting.>>
Read more here:

30 Nov 2022
<<16 women detained: We will not bow down
Newscenter - Yesterday, a detention order has been reportedly issued against 50 women in 14 cities as part of an investigation launched by the Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor's Office over terrorism charges. Since yesterday, police have raided 57 homes in 14 cities and detained 16 women. While the prosecutor's office has issued a confidentiality order on the investigation file, detained women are not allowed to see their lawyers. The detained women are expected to be brought to Ankara. TJA: The AKP-MHP government attacks the organized power of women. The Free Women's Movement (Kurdish: Tevgera Jinen Azad –TJA) has issued a written statement demanding the immediate release of the detained women. <A political genocidal operation has been carried out against our activists,> the statement said, <We promise to keep struggling everywhere and to strengthen the women's struggle for freedom with the philosophy of Jin-Jiyan-Azadi (Women-Life-Freedom).> Underling that a policy of intimi-dation has been carried out against the Kurdish Women's Movement and Kurdish Women’s Struggle for freedom, the statement said, <The TJA activists have been detained in many cities, particularly in Amed, Van, Istanbul and Ankara. The mentality using war, exploi-tation, isolation, poverty and chaos, should know very well that they cannot end the struggle of women by arresting, detaining, targeting and killing them! We, as the TJA, promise to keep struggling everywhere and to strengthen the women's struggle for freedom with the philosophy of Jin-Jiyan-Azadi.>
'We did not bow down and we will not bow down'>>
Read more here:
and here:
Note from Gino d'Artali: all above named persons and/or orga-nisations are Kurdisch activists who are since the assasination of Jina Mashra Amini, 22, by the basij (military police) who, since her assasination, became more active than before. Read also  and more news going back to her assasination.

Womens News Agence
29 Nov 2022
<<Turkey: Detention order issued against 50 women in 14 cities
News Center - A detention order has been reportedly issued against 50 women in 14 cities as part of an investigation launched by the Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office. In the morning, police raided many homes in Amed (Turkish: Diyarbakır) and detained 22 women.
22 women taken in custody in Amed. 22 women have been taken into custody in Amed as part of the investigation. The names of some detained women are: Peace Mothers' Assembly member Besile Narin, the Free Women's Movement (Kurdish: Tevgera Jinen Azad -TJA) activists Figen Ekti, Mekiye Ormancı, Gulcihan Simsek and Bedia Akkaya, Women's Academy members Figen Aras and Sultan Esen. The lawyers of the detained women announced that the names of other detained women may be reported today. In Izmir, a woman named Dilan Akpolat has been detained as part of the same investigation.>>
Note from Gino d'Artali: all above named persons and/or orga-nisations are Kurdisch activists who are since the assasination of Jina Mashra Amini, 22, by the basij (military police) who, since her assasination, became more active than before. Read also  and more news going back to her assasination.

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