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UN Commission on Status of Women Declared Illegitimate

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Don’t Touch Shahla Jahed!

by Ahmad Fatemi Mission Free Iran The “judiciary“ apparatus of those men who smell of blood and rotten human flesh, the savages of Islamic Republic, have decided to kill Shahla Jahed. This time they have announced this unholy orgy of barbarity and set a date for it. This disgusting, shameless brotherhood of rapists and murderers … Continue reading

Agenda for the December 11 Protest at the UN in NYC: Criminalize Stoning, Expel the Islamic Republic and all Anti-Woman Regimes from the UN’s Women’s Organizations

Agenda for the December 11 Protest at the UN in NYC: Demanding Criminalization of Stoning, Demanding Expulsion of the Islamic Republic and all Anti-Woman Regimes from the UN’s Women’s Organizations The staging area for this demonstration will be on the 2nd Avenue end of Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (2nd Ave and 47th St).  All members of … Continue reading

MFI Press Release: Human Rights Activists Demand UN Resolution to Criminalize Stoning and the Expulsion of the Islamic Republic of Iran and All Anti-Woman Regimes from the UN’s Women’s Organizations

On December 11, human rights activists will protest at UN Headquarters in New York City, and in Los Angeles, London, and Berlin, to condemn the UN’s placement of gender apartheidist Islamic Republic of Iran and other regimes that rely on violence against women to implement their domestic policy on UN organizations tasked with working for … Continue reading

MFI Statement on the Rejection of the Islamic Republic’s Candidacy for the Board of UN Women

In the latter half of the year 2009, Iranian women and Iranian men stood together on the front lines of a great struggle against the repression and abject violence of the Islamic Republic against people in Iran. There is a reason why Iranian women distinguished themselves at the fore. It is because after nearly 32 … Continue reading

The United Nations: United against Women… but Not for Much Longer

Tomorrow, there will be a vote at the UN to determine the 41 member executive board of the new UN women’s agency, UN Women. The stated purpose of the new organization is to focus “exclusively on gender equality and women’s empowerment.” Yet tomorrow, UN Women is expected to invite two of the world’s most anti-woman … Continue reading

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