Armed Lionesses in Iran to stop rapists, killers, organ harvesters



Why will highly skilled and heavily armed women attend in several cities of Iran to provide over watch for 14-to-15-year-old girls protesting abusive conduct by the adults working for the government?

Thugs of Ebrahim Raisi Using live ammunition to tell a kid not to take her scarf off.


Sarina Esmailzadeh, 16, beaten to death by Iranian security forces for protesting for women’s rights in Iran. Nika Shakarami, 16, suffering unfathomable torture, rape and murder killed after burning her headscarf in protest. Hadis Najafi, 23, shot multiple times during demonstrations sparked by the horrific death of Mahsa Amini, 22.



In a recent meeting of policymakers for the global women’s rights group RINJ Women, some startling reveals will likely create a controversy in Iran and Syria.

The meeting was attended by two donor/sponsors from Europe and the Middle East and representatives from the NGO’s security contractor plus FPMag journos until the closed session began.

Because of the large number of women and girls grabbed and thrown into the side or back of vans and taken away, beaten and raped, especially cases which could have been prevented with better training or embedded security persons, there is evidence of a need for self-defence training projects for women in Iran.

Owing to the generosity of an Israeli company, contracted women security operatives already in Iran and those being sent there will be funded and equipped further to set up 7-week self-defence training operations in five cities, to teach women and older girls as well as male family members if they so choose and are sponsored by at least two females, to defend themselves and get to safety with their peers. Those having lawful permission to own a long gun will be trained on firearms.

One of the cases discussed at the policy meeting was this one below.

Her friends have asked she be avenged

Demonstrators realized that one amongst them has been shot with live ammunition. In case people don’t know, this is commonplace in Iran. Why? Because she is female. It’s called theological femicide and it is ordered by Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi.
Smartphone photo supplied by a broken-hearted Iranian schoolgirl.


Many women, trained professional contractors, will be available at protests as surreptitiously available armed guards authorized to shoot-to-kill in defence of another or themselves to protect the training operations. That would include attempts by men to steal away females in moving vans.

The only condition for the free self-defence courses is that that each woman act with agreement of an organization in Iran that responsibly endorses the student’s good character and intentions. In Iran, the right to privately own a gun is not guaranteed by law but some men in the families may have that approval, which is rare.

The policy team has approved an edict to condemn the Iranian government of Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi as part of a criminal entity being in violation of many international laws including the Rome Statute. The women concluded from the evidence of many witnesses that many more women are about to die by the order of murderer Ebrahim Raisi in Iran this week.

Many females died last week at the order of Ebrahim Raisi. The number of murders since the murder of Mahsa Amini is in excess of 200. Troops are taking it upon themselves to independently rape and kill girls and women and finding ways to hide their crimes, so statistics are currently unreliable but a grapevine for reporting the missing has been set up.

The RINJ Women policy team adjudicated on 20 years of history in Iran. Concomitantly they claim that the previous and current so-called “supreme leaders” of Iran are men who have hijacked a religion to ensure the rights of men to include overlord privileges and absolute control or enslavement over women. Their conduct in global community includes a wide range of terrorist activities and conduct intended to disrupt governments and sway populations against the rule of law. A case in point is a series of over two dozen tunnels that breach the lawful borders of Israel for the purpose of Iranian actors attempting to antagonize, harass and harm the people of that country.  The supreme leaders have appointed Presidents and other officials as sycophants to do most of the dirty work, and allowing all Iranian men

1) to have as many as four wives, some just temporary if he chooses

2) and to legalize what has been dubbed theological femicide in the event a man decides he does not like a particular woman for being a woman in a place he thinks a woman should not be or in a manner that a man disapproves. This may or may not be written but exists as a de facto statute.

Feminist Prime Minister of Canada slams down hard on Iranian Femicidal male leaders.


Theological Femicide is very common in Iran.

In Iran, rape and femicide are not prosecutable crimes, because only men can give credible testimony and it is illegal for one man to give contradictory evidence against another man’s word against a woman.

Court evidence of a female witness has no standing if it defies a male. 

In September 2022, Iran president Ebrahim Raisi who was appointed by Ali Khamenei a dictator known as the supreme leader of Iran, allegedly appointed by God had 300 women arrested for being leaders of very docile women’s apparel rights groups.

Only Ebrahim Raisi may decide what women must wear or where they may go.

Ebrahim Raisi is accused of killing ten thousand or more women

In August, street surveillance cameras with facial recognition technology identified women not wearing veils or wearing them in a non-approved manner. Some have been arrested, and some women, in particular, Mahsa Amini have been brutalized and killed.

 Amnesty International’s Secretary General Agnès Callamard has said, “That Ebrahim Raisi has risen to the presidency instead of being investigated for the crimes against humanity of murder, enforced disappearance and torture, is a grim reminder that impunity reigns supreme in Iran. In 2018, [Amnesty International] organization documented how Ebrahim Raisi had been a member of the ‘death commission’ which forcibly disappeared and extrajudicially executed in secret thousands of political dissidents in Evin and Gohardasht prisons near Tehran in 1988. The circumstances surrounding the fate of the victims and the whereabouts of their bodies are, to this day, systematically concealed by the Iranian authorities, amounting to ongoing crimes against humanity.”

Some public information adduced by human rights groups and families of the killed estimate the number of deaths for which Ebrahim Raisi is responsible, to be greater than 30,000.

 

Focus on China was brief

One item of discussion by the RINJ Women policy committee was:

Some human rights groups believe and allege China has detained more than one million Uyghur Muslims in a region of China allegedly against their will over the past few years in a large network of what the state calls “re-education camps”, and allegedly sentenced hundreds of thousands to prison terms.

When this was read, one of the women asked seriously, “does anyone think that could work with the Taliban and the Salafist gangs in Syria?”

Of the directors in attendance, in person, and some via Zoom video connection, none were willing to condemn the alleged human rights violations by China’s government against the radical Islamics, where that is the case. It was then revealed that the organization had shied away from investigating deeply into the matter and not much was known.

One Chinese woman video conferencing from Shenzhen said, “I have never been up there, but I hear it is not as bad as people say. My school mate is teaching classes and said that work is going well and her students like her class very much, but when are we going to talk about the violations against Falun Gong and Falun Dafa women?”

The two groups are based on ‘Truthfulness’ (真, Zhēn), ‘Compassion’ (善, Shàn), and ‘Forbearance (忍, Rěn).

In the mid-to-late 1990s the Chinese government increasingly viewed Falun Gong as a potential threat due to its size, independence, and spiritual teachings thus banned the enormous and growing movement. Some see Falun Gong as being similar to Buddhism making the ban a deviation in practice.

Buddhism, Catholicism, Daoism, Islam, and Protestantism are tolerated in China. The practice of any other faith is formally prohibited in China, although sometimes tolerated.

Over 1,000 Humanitarian Medical Professionals and workers will depart all areas of the Ukraine conflict by October 20 while advising all patients and members of the public to flee the country.

The RINJ Foundation security director says she has reliable information including video and witness accounts plus insider sources to indicate unequivocally that both sides, the USA and Russia, have mobilized tactical nuclear equipment in the Ukraine conflict. There is nothing we or The Nurses Without Borders can do for anyone under these circumstances. The president of Ukraine is a lunatic begging the American side to launch an all-out nuclear first-strike attack on Russia, then pulling back saying every Russian must be killed one-by-one. Both sides, America and Russia are threatening nuclear war and acting with depraved indifference to the civilian lives they will kill. Goodbye.

The RINJ Foundation is writing to three countries currently having some overseas workers under short term visas in Ukraine to pull those people home.

It should be noted that each of the 12 women in this meeting has spent time doing humanitarian work in all or some of : Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan. A straw poll indicated that each woman has been either whipped, beaten, raped, bombed or shot at by Islamic religious extremists or has lost a friend or family member to those criminals. The vast majority of those crimes happened in Syria and Iraq with a few in Afghanistan and Yemen.

Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi break all the Shiite definitions and rules and behave like violent Salafists.

On the evidence of their conduct and the conduct of the men who act on their orders, Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi are described by the women as individuals who engage in violence and adhere to a set of beliefs that explicitly at times or implicitly in the alternative, advocate for extreme violence to advance their beliefs in the near term against their perceived enemies.

In the minutes of the meeting, it was voted into a policy statement that:

“The misogynistic government of Iran is no different than the Boko Haram, ISIS-k, Islamic State, Abnaa ul-Calipha, or any group of Sunni Salafi thugs. Iran is a state-sponsor of terrorism and should not be allowed to have a nuclear weapon—they should not be allowed any weapon of any kind and be sent to prison. What is the International Criminal Court good for? It must be upgraded to be relevant.

“Call them Salafist Jihadists or whatever you like, if this is their religion, it is a sick religion and needs to be outlawed whatever it is called. Any religion that practices violent acts in any manner, needs to be banned. That includes Christian organizations claiming to be religions that have a significant record of raping many children over any period of time. That is a violent religion because rape is a violent act and raping children is an unforgivable offence.”

FPMag was asked to leave during the closed session. It is believed that a motion was heard to take action against the senior leadership of Iran for their murders past, present and happening now.

No mopre sympathy for religious exremists

Nika Shakermi


The picture and its story.

Above: Sixteen-year-old Nika Shahkaramiwho went missing in protests of the murder of Mahsa Amini, was located by her extended family who had been frantically searching for Nika for ten days. She was dead at a detention center in Khorramabad.

Security forces then delivered her body with her nose smashed, also her family noticed a cut from her chest to her stomach. She had been repeatedly raped.

The extensive surgical incision on Nika’s frontal body was related to the crude surgical removal of some of her organs which apparently were sold.

Troops later stole the body back from the family interrupting the forensic investigation and they secretly buried Nika as public outcry became deafening. But hundreds of thousands of Iranian women cannot be fooled.

Other women around the world are urged to raise their voices in opposition to the malign conduct of the Iran Leadership.


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