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 month and started February 2019 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>.

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

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31-28 Oct 2022
'<Each person getting killed is followed by a thousand people!> protesters shouted at the funeral of a demonstrator on Saturday in Arak, southwest of Tehran.>
Iran to hold public trials for 1,000 people involved in Mahsa Amini protests.

28-27 Oct 2022
'This generation is really brave'

27-26 and 1 Oct 2022
<This year is the year of blood, Seyed Ali will be toppled,>

and more news

25-17 Oct 2022
<We want to be in solidarity with Iranian women>
 and more news

23-20 Oct 2022
<Be scared. Be scared. We are one in this,> demonstrators yelled, before marching to the White House. <Say her name! Mahsa!>

and more news

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

and more news






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
31 Oct 2022
Text News Wires
<<Iran to hold public trials for 1,000 people involved in Mahsa Amini protests.
Iranian authorities announced on Monday they will hold public trials for 1,000 people in the capital, Tehran, over the protests that have convulsed the country. The mass indictments mark the government's first major legal action aimed at quashing dissent since unrest erupted over six weeks ago. Iran's state-run IRNA news agency quoted judicial officials as saying that a thousand people who had a central role in the protests would be brought to trial in Tehran alone over their <subversive actions,> including assaulting security guards, setting fire to public property and other accusations. The nationwide protests first erupted over the Sept. 16 death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of the country's morality police. She was detained for allegedly violating Iran's strict dress code for wom-en. Although the protests first focused on Iran's mandatory head-scarf, or hijab, they have since transformed into one of the greatest challenges to the ruling clerics since the chaotic years following the 1979 Islamic Revolution. <Those who intend to confront and subvert the regime are dependent on foreigners and will be punished accor-ding to legal standards,> said Iran's judiciary chief, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ejei, indicating that some protesters would be charged with collaborating with foreign governments. Tehran officials have repea-ted unsupported claims that Iran's foreign enemies have fomented the unrest. <Without a doubt, our judges will deal with the cases of the recent riots with accuracy and speed,> he said. Security forces have dispersed gatherings with live ammunition and tear gas over the weeks of sustained protests. At least 270 people have been killed and 14,000 arrested, according to the group Human Rights Activists in Iran. Demonstrations have continued - even as the feared paramilitary Revolutionary Guard has warned young Iranians to stop.
Judicial authorities have announced charges against hundreds of people in other Iranian provinces. Some have been accused of <corruption on earth> and <war against God,> offenses that carry the death penalty.>>
Read all here:
The Guardian
30 Oct 2022
By Patrick Wintour - Diplomatic editor
<<Iranians hold large rallies in defiance of warning by Revolutionary Guards head.
Thousands of Iranians have demonstrated in defiance of a final warning by the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) that he would bring protests to an end with unprecedented force. Rallies were held on the streets on Sunday to protest against raids on student dormitories over the weekend in which students were taken away in buses to state detention. Some were sent text messages saying they were banned from campus indefinitely. Some of the crowds appeared to be the largest since the protests began more than five weeks ago over the death of the 22-year-old Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini while in police custody. Amini had been arrested by the <morality police> for not wearing a headscarf. Maj Gen Hossein Salami, the IRGC's commander-in-chief, had warned on Saturday that that would be the last day of <riots>. The largest gathering was at the central Tehran branch of Islamic Azad Univer-sity, but other protests occurred on the university's North Tehran campus. Security forces responded by using teargas and firing pellet guns. Students at Qazvin International University chanted the slogan: <From Zahedan to Shiraz, I sacrifice my life for Iran.> At Mazandaran University, the crowds chanted: <If we do not stand together, we are killed one by one.> At some universities, students had dismantled partition walls in canteens put there to separate men and women. Restrictions on media access made it hard to judge the breadth of the protests, but they appeared larger and more defiant than ever. Supporters of the regime insisted only a small minority were protesting, but acknowledged they have continued far longer than they expected. The IRGC and the Basij, a paramilitary police force, were true to their word on Saturday, entering a number of campuses in an attempt to arrest students that they had on their lists, sometimes as many as 100. The security forces were also seeking the cooperation of authorities to lock the gates of uni-versities and only let out those not listed for arrest. As part of the crackdown, authorities arrested the protest rapper Tomaj Salehi, releasing a photo of him blindfolded in the back of a car. They claimed he had been arrested as he tried to leave the country, a claim challenged by his family, who said he had been captured at his home in Bakhtiari province. The prosecutor accused him of <propaganda activity against the system>. The new surge in protests has been prompted by emotional 40th-day commemorations of demonstrators killed in the initial wave of rallies, leaving Iran locked in a cycle of violence and dissent. The new surge in protests has been prompted by emotional 40th-day commemorations of demonstrators killed in the initial wave of rallies, leaving Iran locked in a cycle of violence and dissent.
The head of the Revolutionary Guards in the Khorasan Junubl province, Brig Gen Mohammadreza Mahdavi, was quoted by the state news agency Irna saying: <So far, Basijis have shown restraint and they have been patient. But it will get out of our control if the situation continues.> >>
Read all here:
Opinion by Gino d'Artali: Well basijis, a protesting student and I have a message for you: '<Each person getting killed is followed by a thousand people!> protesters shouted at the funeral of a de-monstrator on Saturday in Arak, southwest of Tehran.>

France 24
30 Oct 2022
<<Iran protesters rally again despite Guards order to stand down.
Amini, 22, died in custody on September 16 after her arrest in Tehran for an alleged breach of Iran's strict dress rules for women, triggering a wave of unrest and a state response on the <riots>> that Amnesty International calls a <brutal crackdown>. Security forces on Sunday fired gunshots and tear gas at a gathering of students in the flashpoint western city of Sanandaj, where videos showed billowing clouds of smoke amid chants of <freedom>, the Norway-based Hengaw organisation reported. It also posted a video with the sound of echoing gunfire, and of a 12-year-old girl wailing with her bloody arm peppered with metal pellets, in reports AFP could not indepen-dently verify. Security forces have struggled to contain the protests, which started with women taking to the streets and burning their hijab headscarves and which have evolved into a broader campaign to end the Islamic republic founded in 1979.
Over 160 killed
Students had protested on Saturday at campuses in Tehran, Kerman in the country's south, and the western city of Kermanshah, among others, online videos showed. <Each person getting killed is followed by a thousand people!> protesters shouted at the funeral of a de-monstrator on Saturday in Arak, southwest of Tehran, footage publi-shed by the 1500tasvir social media channel showed, adding that the crowd was later dispersed with tear gas. Demonstrations on Sunday were reported in multiple universities including the capital as well as in Mazandaran and Mashhad, where Oslo-based group Iran Human Rights (IHR) said crowds chanted <Death to the dictator>. IHR said Friday that at least 160 protesters, including more than two dozen children, had been killed since protests began. At least another 93 people were killed during separate demonstrations that erupted on September 30 in the southeastern city of Zahedan over the reported rape of a teenage girl by a police commander, according to the rights group. In Amini's hometown of Saqez, security forces in plain clothes broke up a protest at a vocational college, where officers <attacked the students and abducted a number of them>, Hengaw said.
Journalist protest
Hundreds have been detained, and on Sunday more than 300 Iranian journalists and photojournalists signed a statement condemning authorities for <arresting colleagues and stripping them of their civil rights after their detentions>. Reformist daily Sazandegi said Sunday that <more than 20 journalists are still in detention>, while the Tehran journalists' association dismissed the <security approach> as <illegal> and <in conflict with press freedom>.>>
Read more here:

France 24
29 Oct 2022
Text by News Wires
<<Iran's Guards chief warns protesters: 'Today is last day of riots'
The head of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guards warned protesters that Saturday would be their last day of taking to the streets, in a sign that security forces may intensify their fierce crackdown on unrest sweeping the country. Iran has been gripped by protests since the death of 22-year-old Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini in the custody of the morality police last month, posing one of the boldest challenges to the clerical leadership since the 1979 revolution.
<Do not come to the streets! Today is the last day of the riots,> Guards commander Hossein Salami said in some of the toughest language used in the crisis, which Iran's clerical leadership blames on its foreign enemies including Israel and the United States. <This sinister plan, is a plan hatched ... in the White House and the Zionist regime,> Salami said. Iranians have defied such warnings throughout the popular revolt in which women have played a prominent role. There were more reports of fresh bloodshed on Saturday. Human rights group Hengaw reported security forces shooting students at a girl's school in the city of Saqez. In another post it said security forces opened fire on students at Kurdistan University of Medical Science, in the Kurdistan provincial capital of Sanandaj. Several students were injured, one of them shot in the head, Hengaw said. Reuters could not verify this report. The widely feared Revolutionary Guards, who report directly to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, have not been deployed since demonstrations began last month. They are an elite force with a track record of crushing dissent. Rights groups have said at least 250 protesters have been killed and thousands arrested across Iran in the protests. On Friday, video footage on social media showed protesters calling for the death of Khamenei and the Basij militia, which has played a major role in efforts to quell demonstrations.
Read more here:
Opinion by Gino d'Artali: the warning of salami really shows how the the guards fear the protesters but I'm sure they're shooting in their own their own feet.

France 24
28 Oct 2022
By Marc Perelmans
The interview
<<'People of Iran need Europe', former Iranian TV host Ehsan Karami says
In an interview with FRANCE 24, former Iranian television host Ehsan Karami says he has no desire to return to his homeland where the government continues its harsh crackdown on mass protests sparked by the death last month of Mahsa Amani. The 22-year-old woman died just days after she was arrested and beaten by Iran's <morality police> for allegedly wearing an <improper> hijab. Outrage over her killing has led to protests worldwide - women chopped off their hair and many Muslim women burned their hijabs.Karami, now living in California, says he is determined to use his voice to support the Iranian people who have been rising up in unprecedented numbers in defiance of Iran's repressive regime.>>
Watch the interview, 11.33 min., here:

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