Raped, tortured, imprisoned: the Iranian women fighting for their daughters’ future

The brutal crackdown on protests at the death of Mahsa Amini won’t stop the female fightback against the mullahs


Poisoning of students spreads to small towns and villages, further revelation of regime agencies

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi: After 100 days, Khamenei is looking for someone to blame in fear of uprising, which is none other than himself, the agencies and agents under his command. Otherwise, he should accept...


Women’s leadership guarantees democracy and equality

Speech at women’s conference on International Women’s Day


Poisoning of female students in Tehran and other cities continue spreading

Maryam Rajavi: Poisoning female students is a crime only possible under a religious dictatorship

Poisoning of female students continues in Qom, Tehran, Borujerd, Kermanshah and other cities

Traces of the crime which replace and supplement Guidance Patrols lead to Khamenei’s office, IRGC, suppressive organs


Women have been the main target of the Iranian regime — now they’re leading the revolution to bring it down

NEW YORK POST-Brave Iranian women, supported by a generation of young men, educated and knowing their inalienable rights, have openly and ferociously rejected the brutal religious dictatorship of Ali Khamenei and all his loyalists...


Iran: Women are Force for Change

Speech by Maryam Rajavi to a gathering of Iranians at Earls Court Hall in London, June 21, 1996


Maryam Rajavi

President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

The President-elect of the NCRI for the period to transfer sovereignty to the people of Iran

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