Iran Continues Crackdown… Women's Rights Activists Sentenced

The Iranian regime continues its brutal crackdown on women.

Noushin Ahmadi Khorasani (Nooshin Ahmadi Khorasani) sentenced to two years in jail for protesting for women’s rights.

Parwin Ardalan (Parvin Ardalan) – two years in jail.
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Hat Tip Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi

ADN Kronos reports on the continued violence against women by the regime in Iran:

Tehran, 24 April (AKI) – A court in Tehran issued on Tuesday a suspended jail sentence for two women’s rights activists who had taken part in a rally last June in favour of legislation changes promoting equal opportunities for women. Noushin Ahmadi Khorasani and Parwin Ardalan were sentenced to two years in prison with a suspension of the punishment for taking part in the demonstration in which activists demanded among other things that women be allowed custody of their children in case of a divorce.

Another two women’s rights activists, Fariba Davoudi Mohajer and Susan Tahmasebi, have just been sentenced to four and two years in jail respectively for taking part in the same demonstration.

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