Thursday, September 5, 2019

Iranian woman sets herself on fire after being brutally persecuted by the Sharia regime

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An Iranian woman set herself on fire outside a courthouse in Tehran on Monday to protest being charged with trying to impersonate a man and illegally attend a soccer match, according to reports.
Iran continues to violate human rights but the United Nations, the media, the European Union and human rights activists in the West continue to turn a blind eye.
Brave American-Iranian human rights activist, Masih Alinejad, has posted this pictures (embedded below) on social media with the following description:
"Heartbreaking. Sahar, is 22 and yesterday she set herself on fire outside courts protesting her 6 month jail term. Her crime: sneaking into a stadium for a football game. Iran bans women from entering stadiums. We call on @FIFAcom to sanction Iran for enforcing gender apartheid..."
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