Iran Regime Increases Pressure on Women Defying Forced Hijab

By Hamideh Taati

The Iranian regime’s State Security Forces have increased pressure on women by tightening the rules on compulsory veiling.

Ayyoub Soleimani, the acting commander of the State Security Forces, has once again said that any woman who removes her hijab, whether to protest the sexist law or for any other reason, is committing an obvious crime and would be dealt with by the police.

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By Shamsi Saadati

The Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani recently hinted about wanting to “spread a tax culture” in Iran instead of relying on oil revenue, during a speech to introduce the new head of Iran’s Tax Organization.

Nasrin Sotoudeh

By Hamideh Taati

Over a million people across 200 countries and territories have signed an Amnesty International petition to express their anger at the sentencing of Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh to 38-and-a-half years in prison and 148 lashes, following two grossly unfair trials, and demanding her immediate and unconditional release.

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By Shahriar Kia

A New Jersey woman has pled guilty in Newark Federal Court on Tuesday to her part in a scheme to illegally smuggle thousands of aircraft parts to Iran, in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.

Iran: Exacerbation of Repressive Measures Against Women

The mullahs' inhuman regime, in fear of spreading popular uprisings and protests and the growing role of women in these protests, has imposed more repressive measures against noble women under the mullahs-made pretexts such as mal-veiling.

Horrible Condition of Nurses Under Iran Regime

By Mansoureh Galestan

Iran faces a shortage of nurses, while many unemployed nurses leave the country.

While Iranian hospitals face a severe shortage of nurses, causing some to die under the unmanageable workload, there are 20,000 unemployed nurses in the country, according to the General Secretary of the Iranian Nursing Organization.

Iran's Regime Continues to Execute Prisoners Even

By Mansoureh Galestan

The Iranian regime continued to hand down and carry out execution sentences during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, according to the latest monthly human rights report published by Iran Human Rights Monitor on Monday.

Iran's Regime Sentences Journalist to Two Years in Jail

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian regime's judiciary on Sunday sentenced a journalist to two years in jail for "spreading misinformation" and "insulting" the mullahs' supreme leader and authorities, his lawyer told state media.

The Escalation of Iran Regime's Crisis in Top

Shamsi Saadati

On Saturday night, the Iranian Regime’s President Rouhani held a meeting with some of the media representatives; addressing his conflicts with the Regime’s Supreme Leader Khamenei and describing his supporters as traitors.