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Iran Focus

London, 28 Feb - In recent days, women have been brutalized and arrested by the regime’s forces as they protest wearing the compulsory veil.

These actions are vehemently condemned by Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in an article published on February 27th, 2018.

Calling on Iran’s youth, and the sisterhood of women, The NCRI Women’s Committee are pleading that the Revolutionary Guard and the regime’s security forces not be allowed to apprehend the protesting women.

by Jubin Katiraie

In a previous piece on the Iranian Resistance's commitment to gender equality, we highlighted the ten areas that Maryam Rajavi and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) believe are essential to achieving equality of men and women in Iran.

One of those areas was clothing, specifically the right of women to choose their own attire without interference from the government, and we want to explain why Maryam Rajavi believes it is essential to gender equality in Iran.

Mandatory hijab introduction

Following the 1979 revolution, the Iranian Regime introduced mandatory hijab in Iran, which meant that women needed to be veiled in public. At the time, Iranian women rallied against the introduction of the law and the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), a member group of the NCRI, organised demonstrations against it.

Iran Focus

London, 19 Feb - Dozens of prominent women including political personalities, lawmakers, jurists, judges, and women’s rights advocates from five continents participated in a conference entitled, “Women Force for Change, Iran Uprising and the Role of Women,” held in Paris on Saturday, February 17, 2018, in the presence of the President of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi. A delegation of mothers of martyrs, a delegation of Iranian women’s associations and rights activists, as well as a delegation of youth supporting the Iranian Resistance were among the speakers to the conference.

Iran Focus

London, 6 Jan - Some of the most powerful media coverage surrounding the protests against the Iranian Regime are of ordinary Iranian women defying the chauvinist laws of the Regime whilst protesting the Regime as a whole.

Amnesty International provided a details report on severe restrictions on women’s rights in Iran.

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