Monday, October 14, 2019

Iran where seeing public execution is normal, but women's hair is forbidden

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Masih Alinejad is a fearless human rights activist.
Iran has called her a "hostile government" and banned any interaction with her by Iranian citizens. She's an exiled Iranian journalist standing up for women's rights, taking on one of the most powerful nations in the Middle East.
Please watch and share the interview below where she almost burst into tears as she tells how the Iranian terror regime persecutes Christians the Iranian people.
Iran is the world’s biggest jailer of Innocent women including journalists, rape victims, women's rights activities and even artists, singers, dancers, etc.
There is no freedom for the women of Iran.
Iran’s regime holds the infamous record of the world’s top executioner per capita. It also ranks first for most number of juvenile executions in the world. Women are also victims of the death penalty in Iran, with at least nine women having been executed since mi-June alone.
Iranian prisons are full of innocent people like journalists, human rights activists, lawyers, artists, and simple women who refused to wear a veil.
This is how the terrorist regime brutally suppresses the freedom of the people of Iran.
The regime in Iran uses the death penalty as a tool to suppress and silence a disgruntled society the majority of whom live under the poverty line, are unemployed and deprived of freedom of speech.
Please share this post to raise awareness of the brutal persecution of human rights activists and their families in Iran.