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

<protester Munisa Mubariz pledged to continue fighting for women's rights. <If the Taliban want to silence this voice, it's not possible. We will protest from our homes...
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 2022





International media about atrocities
against women worldwide.
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

The Guardian
21 Oct 2022
By AFP Paris
<<Parents of girl found in suitcase urge French politicians to stop exploiting death.
The parents of a French schoolgirl whose death stunned the country have urged rightwing politicians to stop using her photograph for political ends. A 24-year-old woman from Algeria with a history of psychiatric disorders was last week charged with the rape and murder last week of the girl, identified only as <Lola>. Investigators have learned that the woman had overstayed a student visa and in August had received notice to leave France within 30 days. Conservative and far-right parties have accused President Emmanuel Macron's gover-nment of failing to enforce immigration laws, saying strict application of deportation orders could have prevented the child's death. But Lola's parents, who met Macron this week, have pleaded with politicians to stop exploiting their daughter's death, after her photo was displayed at a far-right demonstration in Paris on Thursday. They asked that <any use of the name and image of their child for political ends immediately cease and be removed> from the internet and in protests, their lawyers said. The request was made so they could <honour the memory of their child in peace, respect and dignity>. Speaking on the sidelines of a Brussels summit on Friday, Macron said the family needed <the nation's respect and affection>.>>

France 24|> Focus
21 Oct 2022
By Yena Lee
<<Femicide sparks fury in South Korea amid calls for tougher punishment of stalkers.
One year ago, an anti-stalking law came into effect in South Korea, in a bid to combat a type of harassment that over 10 percent of Koreans say they have experienced. Perpetrators, who had pre-viously been fined a maximum of 80 euros, now face three years in jail. But one particularly harrowing case has brought the law back into the spotlight. In September, a 28-year-old woman was murdered in a public toilet by a man she had accused of stalking her. Activists and politicians now say the legislation is too weak and are wonde-ring what more can be done to protect victims before it's too late. Our correspondents report.>>
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The Guardian
21 Oct 2022
By Gloria Oladipo
<<Washington state woman survives being stabbed and buried alive.
A woman in Washington state managed to escape after allegedly being bound, stabbed and buried alive by her estranged husband.
Thurston county police officers were dispatched to a home around 1am local time on Monday, where they found a distressed woman hiding behind a shed screaming, <My husband is trying to kill me,> reported NBC News, citing a court document. The woman had been tied up with duct tape around her neck, legs and ankles, noted the court filing. <There was extensive bruising to her legs, arms and head and her clothing and hair were covered in dirt,> it said.
Chae Kyong An, 53, was arrested later that morning after police found him in his van near a local hiking trail, reported the Olympian.
Kyong An faces numerous recommended charges, including attempted first-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping. He is being held without bail. According to the court filing, Kyong An attacked his wife while the two were discussing their impending divorce and money. The woman told police that her husband bound her with duct tape and kidnapped her in the family's van. She said she was able to send out emergency notifications to her close contacts from her Apple watch and managed to contact 911 but couldn't communicate further as her mouth was covered.
Kyong An later smashed the watch with a hammer, then drove her to a local wooded area and began digging a hole before stabbing her multiple times in the chest, she told police. He then allegedly drag-ged her into the hole and covered it with a tree. <After being put into the ground she could hear her husband walking around the hole and dirt being put on top of her,> the filing said. The woman es-timated to police that she had been buried for several hours. She said she managed to remove some of the duct tape from her hands and was able to escape the hole. She ran for almost 30 minutes until she found a house, where the residents called 911.>>
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France 24|The 51%
21 Oct 2022
By Annete Young
<<The culture of incest: Ending the system of victim-blaming
The French government proposes new laws on dealing with incest as figures reveal that some 160,000 French children are victims of incest every year. Annette Young talks to Franco-American author and journalist, Iris Brey, whose latest book tackles the issue. As the protests in Iran continue, Iranian women living-in-exile are closely watching events unfold with horror as the government enforces a harsh crackdown. Plus Brussels' famed comic strip walk and its murals are accused of sexism, forcing city officials to take unique steps.>>
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The Guardian
21 Oct 2022
By Ben Doherty
<<Australian women sue Qatar Airways over forced examinations at Doha airport.
Five Australian women are suing Qatar Airways in the New South Wales supreme court over a 2020 incident in which they were forcibly removed from aeroplanes at gunpoint in Doha, and some intimately examined without explanation or their consent. The women are seeking damages from both Qatar Airways and the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority - owned by the Qatari government - over the <unlawful physical contact> and mental health impacts, including depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. On 2 October 2020, women on planes on the ground at Doha, including 13 Australians, were subjected to the examinations as authorities searched for the mother of a newborn baby found abandoned in a plastic bag in the departures lounge at Hamad international airport. Women on 10 flights, including five Australians who were on a Sydney-bound Qatar Airways flight, were removed from planes at gunpoint and taken into ambulances on the tarmac. Some were instructed to remove their underwear and some were forced to submit to invasive gynae-cological examinations for evidence they had recently given birth.
Women who were examined said they were given no information by officials on why they were being forcibly examined, and did not have an opportunity to provide informed consent.
The infant survived.
According to the statement of claim filed in the NSW supreme court, three of the five women were subjected to <unlawful physical contact>. <Each of the applications has suffere... from anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorders and other psychological effects.> The women have incurred medical expenses, and some have suffered economic loss <as a result of needing to take medical leave from work due to the effects of the events on mental health>. Papers were served on Qatar Airways at the airline's Melbourne offices on Thursday. The airline has not responded to requests for comment from the Guardian. Damian Sturzaker, partner at Marque Lawyers, told the Guardian he was <proud to stand with this group of brave women who have been forced to take on the Qatar government after it gravely breached their human rights.> >>
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France 24|News Wires
18 Oct 2022
<<Paris investigators on Monday charged a woman suspected of raping and murdering a 12-year-old girl whose body was found in a trunk on Friday, a source close to the case told AFP. The main suspect, identified as a 24-year-old woman suffering from psychiatric disorders, was questioned earlier Monday alongside an older man suspected of sheltering her. The 24-year-old has been charged with the rape and murder of a minor aged under 15 along with torture and abuse, the source said. A judge ordered that she be held in provisional custody. Prosecutors said in a press release Monday that under questioning, the woman made <varying statements, switching between admitting and denying the facts of the case.> But she eventually said she had brought the girl -- identified only by her first name, Lola -- to her sister's apartment in the same building, where she forced her to take a shower. The woman said she had then <committed harm of a sexual nature and other violent acts against (Lola) that caused her death, and hid her body in the trunk,> prosecutors said. According to the autopsy, the young girl died due to <cardio-respiratory failure with signs of asphyxia and cervical compression>. Other non-fatal wounds were found on her face and back as well as large gashes on her neck, and the numbers 0 and 1 were written in red on the soles of each of her feet. <Investigations are continuing to determine exactly what happened (and) to esta-blish the criminal responsibility of the people involved,> prosecutors added. The suspect's lawyer Alexandre Silva expressed sympathy for Lola's family, before calling on the press not to report <rumours> and insisting on the presumption of innocence for his client. The 43-year-old man also questioned in custody on Monday admitted that he brought the 24-year-old woman to his home with the trunk and two suitcases, where he said she stayed for two hours before leaving again in a chauffeur-driven car he had called for her. Spotted on CCTV
The main suspect was arrested on Saturday in Bois-Colombes in Paris' northwestern suburbs, after investigators tracked her move-ments on CCTV cameras from the building and the surrounding area as well as using phone records and physical searches. Lola's parents had called police after their daughter did not return from middle school on Friday afternoon.>>
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