Thursday, October 10, 2019

Iran's youngest women's rights activist suffering cruel torture in jail - UN is silent to avoid damaging Islam's image

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In Iran, it’s a crime for women to appear in public with their hair uncovered. Yasaman Aryani, a 24-year-old activist, wanted to change this. She’s been sentenced to 16 years in prison for campaigning against forced veiling.
In prison, she suffers mental and physical torture, has been lashed and is now being held in solitary confinement.
The media, the UN and the European Union completely ignore the persecution and imprisonment of many other women in Iran who dared protest against the gender apartheid and remove the hijab as an act of protest.
One US-based Iranian women's rights activist named Masih Alinejad raises the voice of the oppressed Iranian people.
She released this video of Yasaman Aryani with the following description: "...#YasamanAryani was taken to solitary confinement in an Islamic Revolutionary Guards cell. She has already received a16 year prison sentence. This is cruel torture.
Revolutionary Guards claim they protect Iran but they are only good at torturing innocent people. #WhiteWednesdays..."
Please share this post all over social media to raise awareness about the illegal imprisonment of #YasamanAryani.