43 Years of Iranian violent oppression must end …

…even if violence in self defence is needed. We must stop the Iranians from killing us and our sisters. We now worry about the thousands they have detained and are torturing.

RINJ Women report from several Iranian cities that additional raids on police stations have resulted in many females released to the streets while kidnappers are held at bay—one group was locked up in cells and forced to endure ridicule and laughter by angry local women (who eventually had to be gently coaxed out to the streets to go home).

“I am saddened to realize this is a drop in the bucket. There are at least three thousand detained and tortured at central prisons.  There are at least another three thousand who have vanished either because they have not reported-in to family, friends or organizers; or have not been released; or have been killed; or are still in custody—they are disappeared by Ali Khamenei,” said Ms. Abbasi who estimates that some 100 persons have been killed by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps since Wednesday, a marked increase from the usually known 10 deaths per day average.

“But on a local level we have been watching and tracking the security agents stalking, harassing and disappearing protesters, journalists, first aiders, and tracking the kidnappers to where we can force the release of victims with our heavily armed contracted guards. Our teams do their siege fast and tell the kidnapped women to “go, go, go,” as the escapees run past our sentries whom we post at the exits or choke points to keep the rescuees safe and suppress any external opposition,” explains Dale Carter, security director of The RINJ Foundation who is liaising with her organization’s chapters in Iran from a longstanding operational and support HQ in Iraq.

Name a place, a street, a sculpture, a square, call it “Mahsa Amini”

In this social media video shot Saturday in Ardabil, Iran, protestors and regular passersby join in to overtake Iranian security Forces.

10-22-2022—Massive protests in Berlin are aimed at Regime Change in Iran.

“We want the kidnapped women and girls plus their male supportive friends released by Ali Khamenei. We need to see three thousand folks, human rights defenders, journalists, protesters, and their families go free,” says protest organizer from Tehran.

Taking to the streets around the world

Photo credit: Kaveh Ghoreishi @KavehGhoreishi on Twitter. Photo is cropped. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Women, Life, Freedom. In Berlin this weekend, some 80,000 (according to police estimates) persons took to the streets to protest 43 years of Iranian government oppression. Unlike in Iran, nobody was hurt. “Woman, Life, Freedom”. Iranians travelled from the United States, Canada and all over the European Union to participate in the protest in sympathy of protesters drawn to the streets of over three dozen Iranian cities by Mahsa Amini’s death during imprisonment and human rights defenders in Iran who are being killed or detained and tortured.

“Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in Berlin on Saturday in solidarity with the protests (Revolution) in Iran. ” Photo by Kaveh Ghoreishi published @KavehGhoreishi on Twitter. Photo is cropped. /Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

British and French Riot Police were bashing heads of demonstrators at
Iranian Embassies in London and France a month ago. Photo is cropped. /Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Something seems not quite right with Europe. British and French Cops take the side of IRGC and both bash and gas protestors of Mahsa Amini’s murder.

The IRGC (The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) is a theologically inspired division of the Iranian Armed Forces, founded after the Iranian Revolution on 22 April 1979 by order of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. These are the people who have slain hundreds of young women and girls and detained thousands more protestors since the murder of Mahsa Amini for not wearing her head scarf in a manner approved by the IRGC and both Ali Khamenei & Ebrahim Raisi.

  1. Cops clash with protesters outside Iranian embassies in London, Paris |Times of Israel
  2. British, French police clash with protesters at Iranian embassies – UPI.com
  3. Police In Norway Stop Protesters From Entering Iranian Embassy (iranintl.com)

A woman affected by the tear gas thrown by French riot police when protesters tried to approach the Iranian Embassy sits leaning at a wall of a building in Paris on 25 September, a month ago. Photo by Teresa Suarez/EPA-EFE

Continue Taking the protests to Iranian Embassies Challenging Legitimacy of Iranian government.

Iranian protest organizer in Tehran, Behar Abbasi, has been organizing small demonstrations at Iranian embassies and consular offices in other countries and asks that women around the world do the same because her intelligence gatherers say this is having an impact. Peaceful demonstrations are indicated. Storming embassies will not work, she emphatically stresses.

“People should not let the reaction of embassy staff and local police raise their tempers. Walk away. You got your message across, so walk away,” she adds.

“Both Ali Khamenei & Ebrahim Raisi are said to be howling about disruptions at embassies and disruptive mischief done against embassy staff. Maybe they will pay attention and try and seek exile conditions with those countries which are bashing heads of protestors? Even if we can’t get a lot of people out, it only takes a small number of women to disrupt traffic in and out of an embassy and attract general media attention. Best to wear your husband or son’s helmet,” said Behar on Thursday.

“European cops are siding with the murderous Islamic Revolutionary Guards in Iran who are known to have slain over three hundred women and girls for taking off their headwear and likely much more.”

Demands of women organizers to Iran Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei :

“We want immediate release of non-criminal, non-offender, kidnap victims. That includes over three thousand folks including but not limited to human rights defenders, journalists, bloggers, feminists, schoolgirls, teachers, protesters, and their families.”

“The eventual goal is saving lives but a change in government is a must. We are past protesting the hijab and ending the violence against women and girls. To do that we have needed to resort to violence ourselves and have killed Iranian Security Forces who have been seen in the process of raping, killing, kidnapping and torturing females in Iran. Additionally, we have taken this campaign to Syria and our contractors destroyed three tunnels leading across the border into Israel and broken up a number of Iranian operations in Syria in ambush firefights.

“Ordinarily we would have ignored situations like this, but our aim has new purpose, that being to disrupt Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its offshore and nearshore militias, letting them know that it is women doing this defensive action. We are trying to strike them as they try to kill us and our communities, as these Iranian militias too often are found to be doing,” explained Behar Abbasi in an uninterrupted voice communication from Tehran to Paris, something else thugs of Ali Khamenei have not prevented although data comms have suffered.

Iran has blocked access to Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram and other social media outlets as protests intensify this past week. In most places, the internet is unavailable although some underground WiFi locales are being made available on a rotating basis.