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 revolution as well and a selection of special feminist artists and writers.

This online magazine will be published evey month or if needed more often and started February 2019. Thank you for your time and interest.

Gino d'Artali
indept investigative journalist,
radical feminist and activist









                                                                                                            CRYFREEDOM 2019/2020

Unfortunately this is a new part 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 September 2022 'till December 2022.. 

updated 12 May 2023


TORTURED (to death)    



Update 9 - 4 May 2023

3 May - 28 April 2023
26 -21 April 2023
- 17 April 2023
14 - 8 April 2023
6 - 4 April 2023

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

Update: BLINDED Part 10 - may-march-2023 
BLINDED Part 9 -mei-april-2023-various-crimes.htm
BLINDED (Part 8  25-17 April 2023 and 23 February 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)

<Persian social media is full of young people who say they were shot in the eye by security forces>

Iranwire - April 12 2023 By Aida Ghajar
<<Blinding as a Weapon (32): PhD Student Continues Research after Losing Eye
In the series of reports <Blinding as a Weapon,> IranWire presents the victims' stories told in their own words. Some have posted their stories, along with their names and pictures, on social media. Others, whose real names shall not be disclosed to protect their safety, have told their stories to IranWire, which can make their identities and medical records available to international legal authorities and the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This is the story of Majid Khademi who was blinded when security agents attacked a crowd that had gathered to mourn a protester who was killed by the same forces.
November 3, 2022, marked the 40th day since the death of Hadis Najafi, a 20-year-old woman who was shot dead in Karaj, near Tehran. On that day, many protesters accompanied her family to Behesht-e Sakineh Cemetery where the young woman is buried. Security forces closed the doors to the cemetery to prevent the crowd from growing. During clashes between the mourners and security forces, a member of the paramilitary Basij Organi-zation was killed. Five people were sentenced to death for their alleged involvement in the death, including Mohammad Hosseini and Mohammad Mehdi Karami who were hanged in January. Thirteen other defendants were handed long prison terms. In the clashes at Behesht-e Sakineh Cemetery, Khademi and other mourners were shot in the eyes. He is a PhD student at Isfahan University of Technology and a researcher in biotechnology who works with a company that develops medication for cancer treatment. The young man was accompanying his mother and sister to the cemetery, but they decided to turn back when they approached its closed gates. The atmosphere was tense, security forces were arrayed against the crowd and a group of protesters attacked a police vehicle. Security forces on motorcycles opened fire on those who were leaving the scene and were not involved in the violence. Khademi was directly targeted and hit with pellets. One of them tore through his left eyeball and lodged behind the retina. The man first went to a hospital in Karaj, and he was then transferred to Tehran where he underwent surgery the same night. He had lost sight in his injured eye forever.
The Treatment and Afterward
After the surgery, the doctors told Khademi that he must sleep on his belly to allow the retina to reattach itself to the back of the eye with the help of laser surgery. After a month, he had regained his physical strength, but the psychological trauma took much longer to partially heal.
Despite all these problems, Khademi is continuing his studies and his research work with the help of his colleagues and teachers. In the early months after he was shot, his teachers at the University of Isfahan sent him the videos and audio files he needed.
Complaint with the Judiciary
On March 28, lawyer Payam Dorafshan told Emtedad News that Khademi and several other victims of the government's brutality have filed legal complaints in several provinces. Majid filed his complaint in Alborz province where Karaj is located. He has not been informed when and if a judicial investigation will be launched. A friend tells IranWire, <Majid knows what to expect from this judiciary. He knows that it can be unjust or cover up the truth, but what is important to him is to file his complaint with this same judiciary and challenge it. There was no reason to shoot at him, especially since he was leaving the scene and was not involved in clashes.> >>
Read his story here:

Iranwire - April 12 2023 - By Aida Ghajar
<<Blinding as a Weapon (31): Car Driver's Eye Severely Injured by Stun Grenade
In the series of reports <Blinding as a Weapon,> IranWire presents the victims' stories told in their own words. Some have posted their stories, along with their names and pictures, on social media. Others, whose real names shall not be disclosed to protect their safety, have told their stories to IranWire, which can make their identities and medical records available to international legal authorities.
This is the story of a 48-year-old man who was in a car when security forces launched a stun grenade that shattered the windshield, exploded inside the vehicle and filled his left eye and his face with broken pieces of glass. Danial, which is a pseudonym to protect the man from harassment and retaliation, is still under treatment and he does not know whether he will ever regain his eyesight or not.
It was a night in December 2022 that changed the lives of Danial, his mother, wife and children. Danial was behind the wheel of a car and a friend was sitting next to him. They were caught in the traffic behind a red light. The sidewalks were filled with protesters who were shouting slogans against the Islamic Republic. <We were in the first lane. Armed agents were shooting at people with pellet guns. People in their cars were blowing their horns in protest. It was a bedlam. The agents sometimes turned their guns toward the cars and shot at the cars in the first lane and shattered their windows. So we drove the car to the third line.> Danial and his friend had just left the green light behind when a stun grenade was fired at the car: <It broke the windshield, entered the car and exploded below the rearview mirror. It was a horrible scene.> They were still in shock when Danial's friend shouted in fear: <Move it! Move it!> Danial drove the car forward for a short distance but the excruciating pain forced him to stop. Blood was dripping from his left eye, while his friend's face was scratched all around by broken glass. Danial left the car, put his hand on his face and cried out from pain. People gathered around the man and helped him to sit on the curb. Members of the paramilitary Basij force on motorcycles in khaki outfits surrounded Danial. He heard them saying, <He is in agony. Somebody finishes him off.> People shouted at the Basijis, who beat a retreat. Danial lost consciousness and fell to the ground.
Surgery in Hospital Filled with Security Forces
Danial regained consciousness in hospital, where somebody came to his side and wrote down information about him. Danial thought this person worked at the hospital's emergency ward so he gave him all the information he wanted, but he was suddenly handcuffed. The security agent was saying Danial was shot with pellets, but a doctor in the emergency room insisted that was not the case. The doctor reached for Danials neck, pulled out a piece of broken glass and told the agent, <Look here! It is glass, not pellets.> The security agent relented and Danial remained under observation until 3 a.m. The artery below his eye was ruptured and the blood was spilling out. The next day he underwent surgery, the injuries in his eye were stitched and an eyelid implant was performed. According to his medical records, the <severe damages> to Danial's eye included <ruptured cornea, sclera and upper and lower eyelids of the left eye.> They also state that the upper lip was torn and the fingers of his right hand were damaged by the <impact of a hard object.>
Danial stayed at home for nearly two months during which his wife had to wake him up every few hours, give him medication, put drops in his eye and tape it.
Seeking Justice
Daniel filed a complaint with the judiciary against the shooter, but he was told that he must file a complaint against the car insurance company. The hospital staff refused to give him his complete medical file, saying they need a letter from a judge before they are allowed to release the documents.
Damage to the Whole Family
Danial and his wife have a 24-year-old son and a 12-year-old daughter.
Danial and other members of the family did not tell his mother the truth for a few days. They were afraid that their elderly mother might be severely shocked. She now cries every day and, after every visit to the doctors, she immediately wants to know if his son's eye is any better.>>
Read his whole i.e. article here:

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