International Analysis with an emphasis on the Iranian women’s protests.
In Iran the Hajib is the object of theocratic
affection elevated upon the women hair coverage and enforced by the Iran government mandatory as a public attire for Iranian women.
Lisa Daftari Investigative Journalist of the Foreign Desk provides an overview of the punishment that Iranian women protesters are enduring for exercising their right to protest against the male theocratic regime that rejects UN International Law: “Dignity for all’ is United Nations charter’s preamble of Human Rights.
While, HT News shares an analytical point of view; Aljazeera takes audiences to real-time uprisings as current events unfold.
Iran leader rages unjustified punishment against Iranian women “protests,” uprising.