formerly known as
Women's 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 as especially for the Zan, Zendegi, Azadi uprising in Iran and the struggles of our sisters in other parts of the Middle East. This online magazine that started December 2019 will be published every week. Thank you for your time and interest.
Gino d'Artali
indept investigative journalist
radical feminist and women's rights activist 

August 20, 2023
Preface to the new format of the 'Women's Arab Spring 1.2 Revolt' and the Iran 'Woman, Life, Freedom' movement
pages lay-out

You are now at the Iran 'Woman, Life, Freedom'  section

For the 'Women's Arab Spring 1.2' Revolt news click here





The face of Iran's protests. Her life, her dreams and her death.

In memory of Jina 'Mahsa' Amini, the cornerstone of the 'Zan. Zendegi. Azadi revolution.
16 February 2023 | By Gino d'Artali

And also
Read all about the assasination of the 22 year young Jina Mahsa Amini (Kurdistan-Iran) and the start of the Zan, Zendegi, Azadi (Women, life, freedom) revolution in Iran  2022
and the latest news about the 'Women Live Freedom' Revolution per month in 2023:  October 15 - 1 -- September 30 - 16 -- September 17 - 1 -- August 31 - 18 -- August 15 - 1-- July 31 - 16 --July 15 -1--June 30 - 15--June 15-1--May 31 -16-- May 15-1--April--March--Feb--Jan  

Tribute to KIAN PIRFALA, 9 years old and victim of the Islamic Republic's Savagery 10 years ago.

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Updated October 7, 2023


Updated October 10, 2023


Updated September 19, 2023   


Updated October 11, 2023


 Updated October 10, 2023


Here we are to enter THE IRANIAN WOMEN'S REVOLUTIONISTS against
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> in 2023.
  Click here for a total list so far

'Facing Faces and Facts 1-2'  (2022) to commemorate the above named and more and food for thought and inspiration to fight on.
and 'Facing Faces & Facts 3' edited December 2022/March 2023

Dear reader, from here on the 'Woman, Life, Freedom' pages menu will look a bit different and this to avoid too many pop-ups ,meaning the underlined period  in yellow tells you in what period you are and click on another underlinded period to go there. However, when needed a certain topic will be in yellow meaning it's a link to go that topic and will open in a new window. If you dissagree about any change feel more than free to let me know what you think at
This does not count for the  above topics which, when clicked on, will still appear in a pop-up window and for now the 'old' lay-out 'till I worked that all out. Thank you. Gino d'Artali
(Updates October 13, 2023)



Articles about
<<Mahsa Amini's Father: <Everything They Have Said and Shown is Lies>
By Diako Alavi, a journalist from Saqqez and family friend of Mahsa Amini 
Jina Amini, the face of Irans uprising and revolution:

Part 10:  22 - 21 September 2023

Part 11: 28 - 22 September 2023
 Part 12: October 6 - 2 2023

and links to earlier parts
Gino d'artali's opinion: We mourn AND fight!


Please go this page which is dedicated to the coming commeration of Jina Mahsa Amini, heinously murdered by a basij for apparently wearing her hijab wrongfully. Do participate:

Please do read because I wrote some thoughts and reflection about the coming commemoration of the killing of the 22-year-old Jina Mahsa Amini

This call ends October 17, 2023!




October 12 - 8, 2023
<<Mahsa Amini, Iran's Women-Led Protest Movement Shortlisted For Sakharov Prize...
and  <<Iran Urged to Release Jailed Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mohammadi...
and  <<Thousands of Iranian University Professors Dismissed...
and  <<Heroo Ghadimi: A Highly Respected Iranian Activist Jailed for Unknown Reasons...
and  <<Five Years in Prison for Iranian Baha’i Who Tried to Bury Her Grandmother...
and  <<Two women, one struggle: Massoumeh Senobari and Massoumeh Yavari's Ordeal...
and so much more news...

Armita Geravand in the CPU
We all grief for the victims of the heinous crimes committed by the 'hijab-guards'.
Read the day to day heartbreaking news of the past days:
- 3 - 2 October 2023;
- 4 October 2023;
- 5 October 2023;
- 7 - 6 October 2023
- 10 October 2023 (Int. day of the girl-child)
- 12 October 2023
Armita Geravands' Brain Death Emerge

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October 6 - 5, 2023
<<Jailed Iranian Activist Mohammadi Wins Nobel Peace Prize...
and <<Jail Terms and More Arrests for Baha’is Across Iran...
and <<More Security Scrutiny and Restrictions at Iran's Kurdistan University...
and <<Kausar Eftekhari sentenced to 5 months in prison...
and <<Jailed Iranian filmmaker Dehaghani Describes Beatings and Threats...
and <<Dozens of Countries Denounce Women's <Systematic> Discrimination in Iran...
and other news 

Cruel regime stories not for the faint of heart:
October 2023
October 2, 2023
<<Workers in Iran Sentenced for Demanding their Rights Be Respected

October 9, 2023
<<120 Iranian Doctors, Lawyers, and Activists Call for Release of Doctor Jailed for Treating Protesters

October 11, 2023
<<Business Owners in Iran Face Economic Reprisals for Supporting Protests

Click here for a 'RED ALERT' overview 'till August 2023  

October 4 - 1, 2023
The most tragic news first:
<<Iranian Eighth-Grade Girl Ends Life after School Suspension... , Allah has her soul,
and <<Has Armita Geravand, 16, suffered the fate of Zhina Mahsa Amini?...
and <<Iranian Authorities Urged to Let Journalists Cover Teenager’s Assault...

and as if less tragic because...
<<At least 463 people detained by Iranian security forces in September...
and <<Marzieh Nasseri and Sakineh Parvaneh are sentenced to 11.5 years in prison...
and <<Trial of Amini Family's Lawyer Goes On...
and damn right they're terrorists!! <<UK Lawmakers Call for Revolutionary Guards' Designation as Terror Group...
and more news

September 29 - 26, 2023
and <<Aylar Haghi, a young and brave girl from Tabriz who gave her life for freedom...
and <<Three Relatives of Ailing Political Prisoner Sepehri Arrested...
and <<Samaneh Asghari and others detained on the anniversary of the 2022 uprising...
and Jailed Iranian Activist Sepehri Needs Urgent Heart Surgery...
and <<Iranian Student Imprisoned for Being Concerned by Jailed Mother's Health...
and <<Protesting Workers in Iran Sentenced to Fines, Flogging...
and <<No news received from four women since their arrest in Iran...
and <<Lida receives threats from Iran's intelligence agencies: Those who fight for their freedom will definitely win...
and <<The new academic year in Iran sees strict clothing restrictions for female students
and more news...

and more menu links to news untill September 1, 2023




2-weekly opinion by Gino d'Artali:
Dedicated to the women-led revolution
Note from Gino d'Artali: I'm still in the 40-day mourning period of the death of Jina Amini. 
September 1, 2023
 August 4 - July 15, 2023
July 15 - 1, 2023
June 30 - 15, 2023

June 15 - 9, 2023


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.

Iranwire - October 12, 2023
<<Iranian Security Agents Raid Home of Disability Rights Leader
Officers of Iran's Intelligence Ministry on October 11 raided the home of the director of the Campaign in Support of Disabled People and confiscated some of his personal belongings, a human rights website reported. HRANA said that the agents attempted to take Behrouz Morovati with them but were unable to do so due to his physical disability. The activist was therefore summoned to appear at the Intelligence Ministry on October 12.
Earlier this week, representatives of disabled people held a nationwide assembly to protest the non-implementation of Article 27 of the Law on the Protection of Persons with Disabilities. This article requires the government to provide the equivalent of minimum annual wage to people with severe disabilities who lack income. The government of Ebrahim Raisi has failed to allocate sufficient funds for this purpose in the budget bill, prompting protests by disabled people across the country.>>

Iranwire - October 12, 2023
<<Iranian Physician Who helped Wounded Protesters Moved to Prison. A detained Iranian physician who came to the aid of injured protesters during last year's nationwide protests has been transferred to prison. Yaser Rahmanirad was arrested on September 21 during a dawn raid on his home in the western city of Khorramabad. IranWire has learned that he has been moved from a detention center of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to Khorramabad's prison. Earlier, sources reported that the prosecutor of the Court of Appeals of Lorestan province requested Rahmanirad's temporary release. The physician was previously detained in Mahabad, West Azerbaijan province, for helping victims of the Islamic Republic's brutal crackdown on demonstrators. Rahmanirad was later released on bail, and the authorities dismissed the charges against him and closed his case.
Following his release from detention, he continued to offer medical aid to protesters who suffered eye injuries inflicted by security forces.>>

The Jina Amini Revolution will win!
Iranwire - October 12, 2023
<<Mahsa Amini, Iran's Women-Led Protest Movement Shortlisted For Sakharov Prize
Mahsa Amini and the Women, Life, Freedom protest movement in Iran that was sparked by the death of the 22-year-old are among the finalists for this year's Sakharov Prize, the European Parliament's top rights award. The selection was <in recognition of their brave effort to stand up for women's rights,> David McAllister, the chair of the foreign affairs committee at the EU Parliament, said on October 12. Amini died in Tehran in September 2022 while in police custody, three days after she was arrested for an alleged hijab infraction. Her death triggered protests that spread across the country and rapidly escalated into calls for the overthrow of Iran's four-decade-old Islamic theocracy. Authorities responded with a brutal crackdown in which more than 500 people were killed and over 22,000 others were unlawfully detained, according to activists. The other shortlisted nominees for the 2023 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought include two rights activists from Nicaragua and a trio of women who have fought for abortion rights in Poland, El Salvador and the United States. The winner will be announced on October 19.>>

Iranwire - October 12, 2023
<<Iran Urged to Release Jailed Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mohammadi
UN experts have called for the immediate release of imprisoned human rights advocate Narges Mohammadi, who was awarded the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize last week. <We are dismayed that Iranian authorities continue to deprive Ms. Mohammadi of her liberty, despite concerns about her deteriorating health in detention, against the advice of medical professionals, in violation of their obligations under international human rights law,> the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention said on October 11. On October 6, the Nobel Committee announced that Mohammadi was being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her fight against the <oppression of women> in her country. Mohammadi has been imprisoned multiple times over the past decade for her civil rights activities. She was most recently arrested in 2022 and sentenced to 10 years 9 months in prison on fabricated charges. The outspoken activist has published numerous letters protesting conditions in Tehran's Evin prison, where she is incarcerated, and violence against inmates. Previously, the UN Working Group determined that Mohammadi's detention is arbitrary and called for her immediate release, compensation and reparations. <It is deeply regrettable that despite calls by the UN and the international community, Iranian authorities continue to criminalise Narges Mohammadi for her work in defence of human rights,> the experts said in their latest statement.>>
Read also more our dear sister Narges Mohammadi here:

Iranwire - October 12, 2023
<<Thousands of Iranian University Professors Dismissed
Since the beginning of the academic year in Iran, there has been an increased security presence in universities, stricter enforcement of gender segregation on campuses and a growing number of professors being dismissed. Etemad newspaper reported on October 12 the dismissal of 32,000 tenured professors at Islamic Azad University, which has many branches across the country. It said that 20,000 doctoral students were granted professorships to replace them after completing a 40-hour training program. These students are set to benefit from reduced tuition fees. Etemad's report stated that the dismissal process began in September under a decision of the university's president, Mehdi Tehranchi. Many university professors have been expelled, suspended, banned from teaching and arrested over the past year for protesting increased security measures in campuses during nationwide protests, or for supporting student demonstrations. Meanwhile, Amirkabir University's Telegram channel reported that women and men for the first time attended this year's welcome ceremony separately. Female students were placed in the university's Movlana Hall, while men were at the exhibition site. Earlier, the Sharif Today Telegram channel, which covers news related to Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, announced that gender segregation was imposed in study halls at the Faculty of Energy. The Telegram channel reported that students protested the decision in handwritten protest letters and held a sit-in protest in the lobby on October 9, holding placards reading <Your solutions are our problems> and <No to gender segregation.> >>

Iranwire - October 11, 2023
<<Four Iranian Baha'is Sentenced to Total of 12 in Prison
The Tehran Court of Appeal has sentenced four members of Iran's Baha'i religious minority to a total of 12 years in prison, according to activists.
Abbasali Hoozan, the judge presiding over the case, handed down a five-year prison sentence to Shadi Shahidzadeh, while Mansour Amini received prison terms of three years, the human rights website HRANA reported on October 10. It said that the two other defendants, Valiollah Ghadamian and Ataollah Zafar, were handed two-year prison terms. The Tehran Revolutionary Court initially sentenced all four to five years in prison on the charge of <membership in illegal groups aimed at disrupting national security.> They were arrested on May 1 and subsequently transferred to Tehran's Evin prison. The arrest and prosecution of these four Baha'i citizens are part of a wider pattern of persecution and discrimination against the Baha'i community in Iran - which has included months of intensifying crackdowns. Baha'is have been persecuted in Iran for decades for their faith and are often accused of being spies or opposed to the Iranian government.>>

Iranwire - October 11, 2023
<<Iranian-born Actress Nazanin Boniadi Interrogated at London Airport
Iranian-born actress and human rights advocate Nazanin Boniadi says that she has been <detained and questioned> by counterterrorism and border officers at London's Heathrow Airport on two occasions over the span of one week. <This is at the same time that members of Hamas, Hezbollah, and the Islamic Republic regime operate openly in the UK,> Boniadi wrote on the social media platform X on October 10. <Rather than protecting us against a regime that actively targets its opponents on Western soil, the [Metropolitan Police Service's] incompetence further undermines our security,> she continued, calling on the UK Home Office to <offer support for dissidents, not distress.> The British actress has drawn attention to human rights violations in Iran and used her voice to support the Woman, Life, Freedom, protest movement there. She has urged foreign governments to come to the aid of the demonstrators who were being brutally repressed by the Islamic Republic authorities.>>
Opinion by Gino d'Artali: As if history repeats itself and it always does where I was interrogated at different times in the Netherlands because they knew I was, and still am, an outspoken pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel.

Iranwire - October 10, 2023
<<Heroo Ghadimi: A Highly Respected Iranian Activist Jailed for Unknown Reasons
Heroo Ghadimi, a well-known civil activist from the mainly Kurdish city of Saqqez, has been held in custody for nearly one month. Ghadimi, 43, was arrested on September 12, just a few days before the one-year anniversary of Mahsa Amini's death in police custody. According to information obtained by IranWire, she has been allowed to see her daughter just once, but not her husband. The activist has been denied the right to legal representation, and the authorities have not provided any explanation to her family regarding the reasons for her arrest. Ghadimi's involvement in charity organizations earned her the trust and respect of many people in Saqqez and the surrounding region, including in the cities of Baneh, Bukan, Sardasht, Piranshahr and Oshnavieh. <We were in contact with many families who couldn't even afford a meal for the night,> a close relative told an IranWire citizen reporter. <This deeply saddened and affected Ghadimi.> <As a result, she battled a form of depression. Sometimes she shed tears due to the dire situations of these families. This depression and her need for treatment have been highlighted in recent reports by human rights networks,> the source added. Ghadimi and other women civil activists formed a network that distributed food to those in need during holidays, clothing for New Year celebrations and educational materials. They also offered educational assistance at the start of the school year. On the day of her arrest, she was collecting donations for students who lacked mobile phones or tablets. She also arranged remote classes for them. All these charitable activities ended when the authorities stormed her residence and detained her, extinguishing hope among many children, women and single mothers.>>

Iranwire - October 10, 2023
<<Another Rapper Arrested in Iran; Whereabouts Unknown
Iranian security forces have arrested a rapper, Milad Rooh Bahrami, in the northwestern city of Malekan, according to the information received by IranWire. Operatives from the Iranian Intelligence Department apprehended Bahrami, 29, at his home on October 7 and took him to an undisclosed location, a source said. Malekan is located in East Azerbaijan province. Many Iranian artists have been arrested and harassed for their support of monthslong anti-government protests sparked by the death in police custody of Mahsa Amini in September 2022. Toomaj Salehi, a popular rapper, has been held in solitary confinement for nearly a year. He is serving a sentence of six years and three months in prison. Another rapper arrested a year ago, Saman Yasin, is facing a death penalty.>>

Iranwire - October 10, 2023
<<Five Years in Prison for Iranian Baha’i Who Tried to Bury Her Grandmother
Branch 36 of the Court of Appeal in Tehran has upheld a five-year prison sentence for Shadi Shahidzadeh, a Baha'i citizen currently in detention in Evin Prison. Shahidzadeh was arrested on May 1 after attempting to address officials regarding the denial of the burial of her grandmother at the Behesht Zahra cemetery in Tehran. The cemetery has refused to release deceased Baha'i remains since March and several deceased individuals have been buried in the Khavaran mass grave cemetery without the knowledge of their families or proper religious ceremonies. On May 31, Shahidzadeh and three other Baha'i citizens were tried in Branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court. Shahidzadeh was sentenced to five years in prison on the grounds of being a member of <an illicit group with the intent to disrupt the country's security.> The accusation pertains to her affiliation with the Baha'i community in Iran - Iran's largest non-Muslim religious minority and a persecuted group. Shahidzadeh has been detained in Evin Prison for over five months. She has a five-year-old child.>>

Iranwire - October 9, 2023
<<Iran’s Currency Falls Again amid Mideast Tensions
Three days after the Palestinian armed group Hamas launched its attack on Israel, the Iranian currency was trading at 530,600 to the US dollar in the open market - marking a record high in the past four months. Exchangers in Tehran reported on October 8 that the euro stood at 560,300 rials. The previous day, the dollar breached the 500,000-rial mark. The Tejarat News website reported an increase in the price of the Bahar Azadi, the Iranian bullion gold coin minted by the central bank, which exceeded 310 million rials. The coin traded at million tomans before the latest spike in tensions in the Middle East. The Islamic Republic's worsening economic situation triggered by years of sanctions and political instability sparked by nationwide protests last year led to the free fall of the rial, which reached an all-time low of around 580,000 to the dollar in February. Partly owing to the weakness of the national currency, inflation has hovered at about 50 percent for the past year, and Iranians have been scrambling to convert their savings into hard currencies or gold.>>
Opinion by Gino d'Artali: Down with Raisi and his shi'ite mullahs, up with the Jina Amini Revolution and our money!!! Long live free Iran.

Iranwire - October 9, 2023
<<Iranian Professor Banned from Teaching, Students Harassed
Iranian universities, where many students and professors have supported the Woman, Life, Freedom protest movement, continue to face reprisals from security institutions. Ali Sharifi Zarchi, a professor at Tehran's Sharif University, is among the professors who have been critical of the security situation at the university while expressing support of last year's nationwide protests. Sharifi Zarchi first received a dismissal letter but the <Executive Board of Recruitment> reviewed his case after students and academic figures rallied behind the outspoken professor. The professor announced the board's decision on October 8, saying he had been <barred> from teaching at the university. Separately, the student union councils of Iran reported the premature retirement of Samad Sabbagh Dehkharghani, a member of the Faculty of Sociology at Azad University in Tabriz.
According to the report, the university has refused to assign him courses and announced his early retirement.
Students are also facing illegal punishments.
According to the student union councils, Zahra Rahimi, a chemistry student at Yazd University who was exiled to Kerman by order of the Ministry of Science's central committee, faces a new problem. The report states that Kerman University refuses to admit her for this academic semester. The university claims to be unaware of the ruling against Rahimi and that the ruling and the letter given to the student <are not valid by themselves.>
The student union councils strongly condemned the denial of Rahimi's right to education and the <tasteless and illegal process that she has been subjected to.> Meanwhile, the Telegram channel of the United Students of Iran reported the re-arrest of Arjang Mortazavi, a student at Tehran's Kharazmi University, at his residence in Karaj on October 8. After searching his house and confiscating some of his personal belongings, they transferred him to an undisclosed location. Mortazavi was previously arrested by security forces during last year's protests, and the Ministry of Science’s central committee banned him from studying for four and a half years. Also, the Telegram channel of Amir Kabir Newsletter published a report on the inappropriate behavior of security forces toward a student at Amir Kabir University. The student reported that security forces stopped him at the entrance of the university, claiming his attire was <outrageous and unconventional.> <They questioned why his pants were torn, why they were so white, and if he was attending a wedding,> the report said. The student also mentioned that security forces insisted he adhere to the banners installed in the university defining what <conventional> attire should be.>>

Iranwire - October 9, 2023
<<Iranian Political Prisoner Sepehri Sent Back to Prison after Heart Surgery
Prominent Iranian political prisoner Fatemeh Sepehri spent a week in a hospital intensive care unit after heart surgery on October 1, according to one of her brother. Asghar Sepehri said on social media platform X that his sister was discharged from the hospital on October 7 without her family's knowledge or consent.
The activist is incarcerated in Vakil Abad prison in Mashhad.
She was arrested in the northeastern city on September 12, 2022, and was sentenced in February this year to a total of 18 years in prison on charges including <propaganda against the regime,> <cooperating with hostile countries> and <insulting> Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his predecessor, Ruhollah Khomeini. She is one of the 14 signatories of a 2019 statement calling for Khamenei-s resignation, the abolition of the Islamic Republic and the establishment of a secular government.>>
Note by Gino d'Artali: A remarkable one that is because when Fatemeh Sepehri was in the hospital she, through her son, had a message for Ayatollah Ali Khamenei which reads: <I will not remain silent until these weeds that grew on the sacred ground of this land in 1979 are cut off from the root. Death to Khamenei, curse on Khomeini.> By <weeds> Fatemeh Sepehri means the Islamic regime that seized power in Iran after the 1979 revolution. Well spoken!

NCRI - Womens committee - October 8, 2023 - in Women's News
<<Two women, one struggle: Massoumeh Senobari and Massoumeh Yavari's Ordeal
Massoumeh Senobari and Massoumeh Yavari are detained in horrendous conditions
Two political prisoners, Massoumeh Senobari and Massoumeh Yavari are undergoing intolerable conditions in Iranian prisons. Following are the latest updates on these two brave women. Massoumeh Senobari remains isolated after 10 months. Political prisoner Massoumeh Senobari has been detained in solitary confinement, isolated from other inmates, for over 10 months in the Fardis Prison of Karaj, also known as Kachouii. Massoumeh Senobari faces some kind of new torture every day. Recently, the duration of her calls to her family has been reduced to only three minutes in the presence of an intelligence agent. She is not allowed to even dial her number and the agent dials the number for her. If the family speaks Azeri, the agent cuts off the call.

Massoumeh Senobari
Political prisoner Massoumeh Senobari was born in 1988 in Tabriz. She has a young daughter. She was arrested for a second time during the nationwide protests in Karaj on December 13, 2022. She was detained at the detention center of the Intelligence Department until January 4, 2023, when she was moved to the women’s ward of Fardis Prison upon completion of her interrogations. Massoumeh Senobari is accused of being a leader of the protests. The Revolutionary Court of Karaj sentenced her to seven years and six months of imprisonment for <participation in action against the state through membership in the People's Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK),> <disseminating propaganda against the state through participation in illegal gatherings, illegal publicity, writing slogans (on the walls), distributing the images of PMOI leaders.>

Massoumeh Yavari
Massoumeh Yavari transferred to IRGC Intelligence jail
Massoumeh Yavari is another political prisoner, who has been arrested and imprisoned without standing trial since September 4, 2023. She was detained in Isfahan's Dowlatabad Prison but was transferred to the detention center of the IRGC Intelligence, on October 5, 2023. Mrs. Yavari suffers from various illnesses, including diabetes, thyroid malfunction, and heart problems. She has been deprived of receiving her medications since her arrest. Massoumeh Yavari is presently under interrogation in the IRGC Intelligence. Intelligence department agents also arrested Ms. Yavari's 21-year-old son, Mohammad Mehdi Vossoughian, on September 20, 2023. After his mother's arrest, he continuously followed up on her situation. He visited the prison several times to deliver medication to his sick mother but returned home without any results. Massoumeh Yavari was born in 1979 and lives in Golpayegan in Isfahan Province. Security forces arrested her in Tehran in September 2009. She was later sentenced to seven years in prison for having contacts with the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).>>

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