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JINA MAHSA AMINI
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
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
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WOMEN'S REVOLUTIONISTS against
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January 24 - 22, 2024
Please do read
the following articles even with mostly very
'Inspiring Stories' - click on the underlined topics -
2-weekly opinion by Gino d'Artali:
January 19 - 18, 2024
which will also bring you throughout Januari 2024
When one hurts or kills a women
one hurts or kills hummanity and is an antrocitie.
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.>
Note from G. d'A.: yes, do ask why I put this apart from the other news about the, as is in my opinion correctly, called 'Woman, Life, Freedom' - The Women-led Revolution. Because the below news proves more than enough that not only it are the women in lead, sacrificing their freedom or life, and not the mullahs' regime and that, whatever the latter tries, the women will continue to lead the way when in the end all freedom-loving people of Iran will march together, and I'll be one of them, to the Azadi tower to set aflame the torch of Victory and place it on top of it, high and shouting: GO AWAY you children- and innocent people murderers. Your time is up! LEAVE!
Hengaw Organisation for Human Right - 21 Jan 2024
<<Sanandaj Activist, Bayan Farajollahi, Sentenced to One Year in Prison
Bayan Farajollahi, a female activist from Sanandaj, has been sentenced to one year in prison by the judiciary of the Islamic Republic of Iran. As reported by the Hengaw Organization for Human Rights,Bayan Farajollahi, a 38-year-old female activist from Sanandaj, was sentenced to one year imprisonment by the first branch of the Revolutionary Court in the city on charges of <expressing sympathy for the families of the killed protesters> and <propaganda against the government.> Bayan Farajollahi was released temporarily from the women's ward of Sanandaj Central Prison on Saturday, August 26, 2023, after 41 days of detention. This release followed the payment of a substantial bail amounting to two billion tomans.
During her detention, Farajollahi faced restrictions on basic rights, including the denial of face-to-face visits with her family, and her overall physical and mental well-being were reported to be unfavorable. The civil activist was arrested at her home in the evening of Monday, July 17, 2023, by the forces of the Intelligence Department of Sanandaj.>>
Narges Mansouri 3
Jinha - Womens News Agency 22 Jan 2024
<<Narges Mansouri transferred to hospital again
Narges Mansouri, Iranian labor rights activist and political prisoner held in Evin prison, has been transferred to hospital due to gastrointestinal bleeding, her lawyer announced.
News Center- Narges Mansouri, Iranian labor rights activist and political prisoner held in Evin prison, started a hunger strike on December 25, 2023 to protest an Iranian court's decision to issue an order to sell her mother's property. She was transferred to hospital twice due to her deteriorating health. Her lawyer Mohammad Moghimi announced on his social media account on Sunday that the activist was transferred to hospital again due to gastrointestinal bleeding. <Activist Narges Mansouri, who is on a hunger strike to protest the court's decision to confiscate her mother's house, suffered gastrointestinal bleeding and was transferred from Evin prison to the hospital (Pars),> read his post. Narges Mansouri, member of the Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company Workers' Union and one of 14 activists who signed the <Statement of 14> calling for the resignation of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, was arrested amid a wave of arrests of labor and political activists in Iran in May 2022. Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran sentenced her to five years in prison on charges of <assembly and collusion against national security> and one year on charges of <propaganda against the regime.> >>
NCRI - Womens committee -21 Jan 2024 - in Women's News
<<Anahita Amirpour, 20, shot and killed by Iranian security forces in Borujerd
On Friday night, January 19, 2024, plainclothes agents of the Borujerd Intelligence Department opened a barrage of fire on the occupants of a car. As a result of this attack, 20-year-old Anahita Amirpour, a freshman student of physical education at Borujerd Azad University, died instantly.
Anahita Amirpour was from Kuhdasht. During the last two days, the security services have pressured her family and friends not to inform about this murder. They also want to turn this incident into a security case by linking it to the recent explosions in Kerman.
Kuhdasht and Borujerd are both in Lorestan Province in western Iran.
The car's driver was another student named M. Jalaii-far. He, who was seriously injured, is presently hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit of Chamran Hospital in Borujerd. Today, Sunday, January 21, 2024, two Chamran hospital staff were summoned to Borujerd Intelligence Department and severely threatened. It is said that plainclothes officers of the Borujerd Intelligence Department rushed to the car of these two students and wanted to stop them and get them off. But since they were wearing plain clothes, the driver got scared and tried to escape, after which the agents of the intelligence department opened fire on the car, which caused the immediate death of Anahita Amirpour. This is not the first time that security officers have taken the lives of innocent people by firing arbitrarily at people's cars. Soha Etebari, 12, was shot and killed inside her family's car by the armed forces of the clerical regime Sunday night, December 25, 2022. Soha Etebari and her family were driving on the road from Bandar Abbas, in Hormozgan province, to Ahvaz, the capital of Khuzestan, when security forces at a checkpoint in Bastak opened fire on their car. Badly injured, Soha Etebari lost her life on the way to the hospital. The killing of the 12-year-old Soha Etebari took place on the night of the 40th day memorial of Kian Pirfalak, 9, who was killed in a similar incident in Izeh, Khuzestan, on November 16, 2022, during a vicious crackdown on protests in the city. Kian Pirfalak and his family were passing through in their car when they were targeted by plainclothes agents and security forces in Izeh. Kian was killed instantly, and his father was shot and injured.>>
NCRI - Womens committee -19 Jan 2024 - 2024 - in The Fallen for Freedom
Hadis Najafi, a symbol of women's resistance against the religious tyranny ruling Iran
Hadis Najafi was born on January 5, 2000. She had a diploma in fashion design and worked as a cashier at a restaurant in Mehrshahr, Karaj. On the night of September 21, 2022, at around 8 p.m., she was shot at least six times by live ammunition and pellets in the face, neck, and chest by the repressive forces of the Iranian regime in Eram Boulevard in Mehrshahr, Karaj. She died in the hospital and her body was covertly buried at night.
Hadis Najafi has three older sisters and one younger brother. After her death, Hadis's mother said: <My daughter came home from work hungry on the night of September 21, but before eating her dinner, she went to participate in the protests of Mahsa Amini's death. She left the world hungry.>
The regime's repressive forces insulted her family in the hospital and said that their daughter ran away from the hospital. But someone in the hospital told them, <Your daughter has been killed and her body is in the morgue.> On Friday September 23, the family managed to get their daughter's body through an acquaintance. In Hadis's death certificate, the cause of her death is stated to be the use of military equipment of war and being shot by a bullet. However, some eyewitnesses who took Hadis Najafi to the hospital told her family that she was alive until she was taken to the hospital, but the repressive forces locked her in the back yard room of the hospital and warned the medical staff not to treat her. This led to the death of Hadis. After Hadis's death and murder, her family was pressured and beaten by the security forces to do a forced television interview. They also drugged and pressured Najafi's father, asking him to say that his daughter died due to the fear of bullets or because of a heart attack.>>
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