Iranian women fans hoping to attend a football match for the first time in two years will have to wait — Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier…
Iranian women fans hoping to attend a soccer match for the first time in two years will have to wait — Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier is to be played behind closed doors.
Social crises in Iran are increasing daily, and those who hurt most and without any support under the mullahs’ rule are Iran’s women.
New Iranian censorship rules have banned TV makers in the Islamic Republic from showing women eating pizza on screen, according to opposition sources.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), the religious regime’s Education Ministry will no longer hand over children’s report cards to their mothers, according to a news article published in a semi-official publication in Tehran.
A recent report by the Statistical Center of Iran has put the unemployment rate across Iran at 9.6 percent this summer: an 0.1 percent increase on the same period last year. Also this season, though, the overall labor force participation rate – generally a better indicator of the country’s economic health – stood at just 41.1 percent: a decline of 0.7 percent.
On Monday, September 27, two separate items were shared by Iranian state-controlled media that brought the regime’s ridiculous censorship of women back to the fore. Amir Hossein Shamshadi, head of PR at Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, no less, disclosed on his personal Instagram page that according to a recent “audit” of the organization, directors were no longer permitted to depict men pouring tea for women in their workplaces.
The man who said singing is ‘haram’ (sin according to some interpretations of Islamic religious text), was told to concentrate on the real problems plaguing the country…
The newly appointed vice president for women and family affairs in the Islamic Republic of Iran advocates the marriage of children in defiance of human rights critics who see the practice as sexual exploitation and abuse of young girls.
On September 2, the Iranian regime’s new president, Ebrahim Raisi officially appointed Ensieh KhazAli as the new Women and Family Affairs director, becoming the only female member of Raisi’s administration.
On Monday, August 30, 14-year-old Mobina, who was from the Suri area of Lorestan Province was murdered by a family member in what is classified under Islamic Law as an “honor killing”.