chain of violence has allied millions of women around the world!"
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence
This is the cry of Neda whose kind heart was stopped by the thugs of the Islamic
This is the cry of Taraneh whom Islamic Republic murderers, arrested and raped
– and then they burned her body!
The cry of Hajieh, the 20-year-old divorced woman from Somalia stoned
to death because she dared to love someone!
The cry of a 13 year-old
Iraqi girl killed by the men of her family!
The cry of Mahboubeh, an 11-year-old Azerbaijani girl forcefully
married to a 65 year-old man!
The cry of Lucy, an
American girl who was killed by the man who supposedly "loved" her!
The cry of a 15 year-old
girl from Lithuania who was
sold for 3,500 pounds
to a brothel in Birmingham!
The cry of Lesley, a
20 year-old woman who was gang raped in the Dakotas in the U.S.!
The cry of 80 percent
of Afghan women who are victims of home violence!
The cry of 731 Pakistani
women who dared report their rape to the authorities in the last year!
The cry of 2,000
young women and teenage girls raped in Zimbabwe in just three months in
The cry of several
millions of German, French, British and other European women who have been
victims of rape, home violence and the sex trade!
The cry of 46 percent
of Swedish women over the age of 15 who have experienced male violence!
The cry of the two
million 5 to 15 year-old girls who enter the sex trade every year!
The global chain of
violence against women has allied millions of women around the world. The
violence that more than 3 billion women experience is the chain whose two ends
are welded by the rings of governmental and home violence.
As the chain of
violence against women becomes more global, women's struggle and resistance has
taken global dimensions. Women are inspired by each other's struggles, and see
advances in any part of the world as their own.
Let's have a look at Iran, where for
thirty years the extreme inferior position and oppression of women has been one
of the main pillars of the Islamic regime. These three decades have also been
years of women's struggle and resistance.
Outrage and hatred
for their oppression has woven together the existence of millions of women over
the last 30 years. These feelings are flowing like molten lava in the streets,
universities and schools, workplaces and homes, in order to shatter the chains
of gender oppression so that women can put an end with their own hand to any
kind of state and home violence against them.
That is why the world
witnesses that women are in the frontline of the
struggle against the anti-woman Islamic regime. Because it is clear for many
women that the overthrow of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the building of a
new world, a world free of any kind of oppression and exploitation, is not
possible without the elimination of all forms of gender oppression and violence
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