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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 revolution 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

Unfortunately this is part 3 of the Zan, Zendagi, Azadi revolution i.e. JINA-FFF meaning FacingFaces and Facts. And the real name of Jhina was Jina Mahsa Amini.
Below you will find the gruesome menu and when you click here it'll bring you when I started FFF.
Gino d'Artali
Indept investigative journalist


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 assasination of the 22 year young Jhina Mahsa Amini or Zhina Mahsa Amini (Kurdistan-Iran) and the Zan, zendagi, Azadi  (Women, life, freedom) revolution in Iran  2022
and the ZZA Revolution per month: 

May--April--March--Feb--Jan 2023
covering the period of the 'Women Life Freedom' revolution in 2023 and with links to the period of  the murdering of Jina Mahsa Amini on Septembe 2022 'till December 2022
updated 14 April 2023  


TORTURED (to death) 



14 - 8 April 2023
6 - 4 April 2023

28 - 13 March 2023
16 - 13 March 2023
10 - 6 March 2023
4 - 2 March 2023

BLINDED Part 7 - 12 April 2023

BLINDED (Part 6 - 5 April 2023
BLINDED (Part 5 - 7 February 2023-
 'Eye of the dragon'

BLINDED (Part 4 - 28 - 20 March 2023)
BLINDED (Part 3 - 17 - 13 March and 17 February  2023)
BLINDED (Part 2 - 10 - 3 March and 17 January 2023)
BLINDED (Part 1 - 27 -18 February 2023)

Iran International
12 Oct 2022
Author: Iran International Newsroom
<<Iran Tortures, Sexually Abuses Detained Protesters: Reports
The Iranian regime keeps up pressure on detained protesters with physical, sexual, and mental torture in prison, reports from family members and others say. Activists reported on Saturday that Mohammad Mehdi Karami, who is sentenced to death for the alleged murder of a pro-regime Basij member during a protest on November 3, has told his family about his <severe physical and mental abuse by government agents.> According to him, <he was beaten so hard [during arrest] that he lost consciousness and security forces thought he was dead and threw his body near a courthouse but as they were leaving, they realized he was still alive.> Karami further told the family that regime agents sexually harassed him during detention and <threatened to rape him while touching his genitals.>
Karami along with a few others is accused of murdering a Basij security agent named Ruhollah Ajamian, who was sent to Karaj, near Tehran to confront protesters. Karami has been accused of <corruption on earth,> a serious crime under Iran's Islamic laws, which carries the death sentence. This is not the first report of regime's torture and abuse of detained protestors. Family members of another protester say their 22-year-old son, Shadman Ahmadi, has died in prison after being tortured for hours following his detention during a protest in the western city of Dehgolan in Kordestan province. The France-based Kurdistan Human Rights Network quoted his family as saying that Shadman was killed on December 8 as the result of torture during detention. A Telegram channel affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard in Kurdistan has implicitly confirmed Shadmani's arrest on charges of <destroying public property, inti-midation and disrupting public order> during the popular protests in Dehgolan. The Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) said December 6 that there have been many reports of detained university students being tortured and sexually abused while in state custody. <Many cases of sexual assaults against individuals in Ira-nian custody have gone unreported, due to fears of further retaliation by Islamic Republic forces,> added CHRI. CHRI identified some university students, who have been abused and detained for long periods without access to legal counsel. Soha Mortezei, a former Tehran University female student, who has been repeatedly arrested for engaging in peaceful activism, was physically and sexually assaulted while being transferred to Evin prison after being arrested, reports CHRI. <Officers tied Soha's right hand to the top of one seat and her right leg to the top of another seat while suspended, she was beaten and sexually abused by a female officer,> reported the University Students Trade Unions Council on November 27. <When she complained, she was injured with punches to the leg and stomach.> Melika Gharegozlou, is another female student arrested on October 2 who was taken to a psychiatric hospital where she was tortured, added CHRI. Earlier a Kurdish-Iranian woman told CNN she both witnessed and suffered sexual violence while detained. <There were girls who were sexually assaulted and then transferred to other cities,> she said. <They are scared to talk about these things.>
Thousands of unidentified inmates are tortured in Iran's prisons. So-me have been condemned to death or charged with heavy sentences, without having access to a lawyer. Many others are also tortured to make false confessions. Under such circumstances, Iran Human Rights Monitor in its 2022 annual report said only 25 cases of detainees' death under torture have been recorded while the true figure might be much higher.>>

Womens News Center
19 Dec 2022
<<Iran: 14-year-old girl dies after being raped in custody
News Center - Tens of thousands of people, including children, have been detained and arrested in Iran for participating in anti-regime protests that sparked in Iran and Rojhilat following the killing of Jina Mahsa Amini on September 16. According to the human rights defen-ders in Iran, a 14-year-old girl, who was taken into custody in Tehran for removing her hijab at school, died in custody after being raped by police officers. The human rights defenders said the name of the girl is <Masoumeh> and that she lived in one of the poor neighborhoods of Tehran.>>

19 12 2022: died in custody after being raped by police officers. The human rights defenders said the name of the girl is <Masoumeh>

NCRI - Women committee
24 Jan 2023
Lawyers of detained protester Armita Abbasi resign 6 days before her trial
The lawyers of the detained protester Armita Abbasi resigned as the court refused a face-to-face meeting with the defendant. The lawyers of the detained protester Armita Abbasi resigned on January 23, 2023, on the eve of her trial. Mohammad Esmailbeigi announced in a tweet: <Given our request for a face-to-face meeting which has not been responded to until this moment, and the shortage of time that makes it impossible to adequately defend our client, Ms. Sonia Mohammadi and I declare our resignation from the defense of Ms. Armita Abbasi.> 106 days have passed since the arrest of Armita Abbasi. Her trial is scheduled for January 29, 2023. Previously, her trial was supposed to be held on the 26th, but this date has been postponed for three days. Armita's father wrote in his diary on his Instagram page: <Until this moment, I, as Armita's father, do not know about her charges; her lawyer was not accepted, and they did not agree to release her on bail. With all these deprivations and lack of knowledge, how can I provide a fair defense for my dear daughter?>
Detained protester Armita Abbasi, a victim of sexual assault as torture
The detained protester Armita Abbasi was arrested in early October during nationwide protests. During her detention and before being transferred to Fardis Prison (Kachouii) in Karaj, she was severely tortured for a week and gang-raped many times. Armita Abbasi's name was leaked to social media for the first time when she was taken to Imam Ali Hospital in Karaj while shaking and bleeding. At first, the doctors and medical staff thought that she had cancer, but after the examination, it was found that she had been raped many times. Her head had been shaved, and she was bleeding from the rectum. She was terrified. The plainclothes agents accompanying her insisted that the doctors register the rape as something that happe-ned before her arrest. Before her family could reach the hospital, the security agents kidnapped and took her away. Armita Abbasi is now held in Fardis prison in Karaj. News from this prison indicates that Armita and her fellow inmates were severely beaten in response to their protest against the prison's unsanitary conditions. These 15 women started a hunger strike on January 2 in protest of the beating and the prolongation of their detention, and the Judiciary's failure to determine their status. In a retaliatory measure, Fardis prison autho-rities banned the strikers from the right to call and visit. Now, with the resignation of her defense lawyers, the life of detained protester Armita Abbasi is in danger because the court will be held without the presence of a lawyer.>>
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Read also:
<<Women of Iran remain high-spirited despite much suffering...
January 21, 2023 in Podcast
an embedded article in NCRI Womens committee
Womens news agency
24 Jan 2023
<<Iran: 16 young people tortured in custody
News Center - The Iranian regime continues to arrest, oppress and blacklist people to crack down the nationwide protests that started in Rojhilat and Iran following the killing of Jina Mahsa Amini by so-called <Morality police>. Every day, the torture against those who arrested for participating in protests is documented. In November, intelligence bodies arrested 25 members of Youth of Orumieh Neighborhoods and accused them of trying <to deceive young people and incite them [to riot]>. Iranian activists reported that 16 young people, including eight women, are currently being prosecuted in the case. According to the reports, arrested eight people, including two teenagers, were released on bail and are awaiting trial by the Revo-lutionary Court of Urumieh. 16 young people, including 15-year-old girl named Samaneh Fathi, were sent to prison. 16 arrested young people were reportedly tortured and threatened with rape to incriminate each other.>>

Women news agency
In womens news
18 Jan 2023
<<Zahra Nabizadeh aborts her 6-month fetus under torture, faces a death sentence
According to the news circulating on social media, Zahra Nabizadeh, a pregnant woman kidnapped in Mahabad some three weeks ago, has received a death sentence and is awaiting execution. Zahra Nabizadeh from Mahabad was abducted on the evening of December 25, 2022, by the clerical regime's security forces without an arrest warrant and taken to an undisclosed location. Zahra Nabizadeh was six months pregnant at the time of her arrest. Interrogators kicked her in the abdomen, and she suffered a miscarriage under torture and is currently experiencing severe bleeding. The night before the arrest of Zahra Nabizadeh, in the <Bari Madrasa> neighborhood where she lives, Mahabadi women took to the street with the slogan <Women, Life, Freedom.> Social media users expressed their sympathy for this imprisoned protester. They commented that the mullah regime had banned abortion, but they tortured and did not have any mercy on a pregnant woman fighting for freedom.>>

Womens news agency
16 Jan 2023
<< News Center- On January 14, seven political prisoners held in Iran's Yasuj Central Prison launched a hunger strike to protest their unjust prison sentences after their sentences were confirmed by the Supreme Court. The names of the political prisoners, who have been on the hunger strike since January 14 are: Yasir Fereydouni, Kianoush Mahdoever, Alireza Forouhar, Benjamin Evra, Mahmoud Turnak, Saeed Farhadi and Saeed Seyadat. After being arrested by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) forces, they were subjected to torture in custody. The demand of the political prisoners is a fair trial.>>

Womens news center
11 Jan 2023
<<University student dies after being beaten by Iranian security forces.
News Center - The protests that sparked in Iran and Rojhilat fol-lowing the killing of Jina Mahsa Amini by Iran's so-called <morality police> continue. In the country, university students are subjected to arra|e|st, kidnapping, killing, torture and expulsion from univer-sities for participating in the nationwide protests and strikes. The Union Council of Iranian Students announced the death of Ghazal Amiri, a student of Shiraz University. According to the council, Ghazal Amiri was seriously injured after being beaten by Iranian security for-ces during the October 10 protests; however, she did not go to hos-pital in fear of being arrested. After her health deteriorated, she was taken to a hospital; however, she passed away at the hospital.
University students kidnapped
According to the local reports, Fatemeh Moradi and Esso Murafi, two students at the Sharif University of Technology, were kidnapped and taken to an unknown location by Iranian security forces yesterday, January 10. Meanwhile, Maryam Karmi, a doctoral student at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, has been suspended from the university for two consecutive semesters for participating in student protests.>>
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Note by Gino d'Artali: With all my respect I corrected a typo where it read |e|
Especially read this article please:

France 24 | The Observers
9 Jan 2023
Text by Alijani Ershad
<<Iran: Protesters denied medical care and tortured to death in secret prisons
More than 19,000 people have been arrested since protests erupted in Iran in mid-September 2022. Human rights organisations say that dozens of them have been killed in secret detention centres. But security forces are trying to cover up these deaths by threatening family members into silence or staging the deaths as suicides.
Beaten during protests, arrested, tortured and then denied medical treatment: This is how dozens of Iranians have lost their lives during the Islamic Republic's current wave of unrest, which some are calling the <Mahsa Revolution>. The protests began on September 16, 2022 after 22-year-old Mahsa Amini was killed while in the custody of the brutal morality police. For months, protesters have been taken to se-cret detention centres operated by the entities involved in repressing the unrest: the Bassij (the armed branch of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps), the VAJA (Iranian intelligence service) or ordinary police forces. The Iranian regime has tried to conceal protesters' deaths, threatening victims' families and even arresting some of them.
'Detainees have been <released> but in a critical condition because of the torture they suffered'
The <Committee for Monitoring Arrested Prisoners> is an initiative set up by Iranian human rights activists around the world to docu-ment arrests by Iranian security forces and monitor the status of detained protesters. Our Observer Delaram (not her real name) is a member of this initiative: We have documented at least 16 cases so far. These people were arrested and then killed in detention centres. We have another 12 cases that we are investigating. But there is no doubt that the actual number of deaths in these centres is higher than that. Most of these cases are people from the Kurdish region in western Iran, and most of them were killed in the detention centres belonging to the Revolutionary Guard Corps. And the fact that we have found multiple unofficial prisons or, in other words, hidden detention centres all over Iran underlines the fact that there are certainly many more unsolved cases of detained and killed protes-ters. We discovered these unofficial detention centres after inter-viewing protesters who were held there. Through these interviews, for example, we identified a new hidden detention centre in the Kolahdouz district of Tehran, which no one knew existed before.>>
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5 Jan 2023
<<Iran: At least 16 protesters tortured to death in custody
Newscenter - Tens of thousands of people have been taken into custody for participating in nationwide protests since the murder of Jina Mahsa Amini in Tehran by Iranian so-called <Morality police>. The Volunteer Committee to Follow-Up on the Situation of Detainees released a report on Wednesday, January 4. According to the report, at least 16 protesters have been tortured to death in custody since September. The report also included the following names of protesters who were tortured to death in custody: Ramin Fatehi, Yusuf Raisi, Mohammad Lotfolahi, Hamed Selahshor, Shadman Ahmadi, Shahryar Adeli, Ahmed Guderzi, Amirjavad Asadzadeh, Hayman Aman, Ismail. Dezwar, Omid Hosni, Mohammad Haji Rasoolpour, Iliad Rahmanipour, Milad Khoshkam, Saman Qadirpour and Mehdi Zare Ashkzari.>>

Ghazal Amiri, a student of Shiraz University 11 Jan 2023
<<University student dies after being beaten by Iranian security forces.

Womens News Center
19 Dec 2022
<<Iran: 14-year-old girl dies after being raped in custody
News Center - Tens of thousands of people, including children, have been detained and arrested in Iran for participating in anti-regime protests that sparked in Iran and Rojhilat following the killing of Jina Mahsa Amini on September 16. According to the human rights defenders in Iran, a 14-year-old girl, who was taken into custody in Tehran for removing her hijab at school, died in custody after being raped by police officers. The human rights defenders said the name of the girl is <Masoumeh> and that she lived in one of the poor neighborhoods of Tehran.>>


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