According to a BBC report, an Iranian female singer was invited to the court to appear in the court after a solo performance in the village of Abyaneh, which was soon interrupted by the local Cultural Heritage Organization.
Tasmin News, the chief prosecutor of the Iranian province, the investigation into the investigation and the woman was not arrested on the issue, but the case will be maintained by the prosecutor’s office, he said.
There is no law in Iran that prohibits women from singing in public places. However, authorities have punished male singers for singing with female singers in the past.
Shortly after the incident, Moazzam uploaded the swap to 180,000plus Instagram followers. Women singers alone do not broadcast on Iranian television or radio, according to the BBC; this is the main reason why they use social media to upload their performances to the public.
The video disappeared from social media accounts after the court meetings were announced. However, the video was republished elsewhere in the horror of local authorities.
Iran is no stranger to this kind of treatment for women citizens. A year ago, another Iranian woman, Azam Jangravi, nodded and nodded above her head while standing on an electrical transformer in a busy square in Tehran.
It was a protest of Iran’s condemnation of the strict Islamic laws, restricting women and general life in Iran and limiting their ability to live freely in their own country.
The actions were sentenced to three years in prison by Jangravi.
Progetto Dreyfus, an Italian-speaking Middle East guard, previously condemned Iran for protesting the lack of democracy within the government and the free speech of the people in Iranian society following the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran.
Watchdog focused on Iran’s enemy policy, human rights violations and archaic ideas; He claimed that he was İsrail the only country with the most aggressive country in international politics and that those who were the normal allies of the Islamic state wanted an alliance with Israel instead of Iran. protect themselves against the ideology of the regime’s religious leaders.”Modern democracies respect human rights. Iran is not!” Progetto Dreyfus announced on a tweet on February 7.
Iranian women are treated differently in marriage, divorce, heredity and child custody.
Progetto Dreyfus, “The emergence of the 1979 Islamic Revolution was broken. Iran has eroded the rights of minorities and women. The Islamic authorities have introduced a dress code that obliges all women to wear the headscarf.”Progetto Dreyfus, Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, and his government came to the country 40 years ago and an from that moment onward, the theocratic regime still put thousands of people, women, and minorities under pressure, he said.
According to Watchdog, the leadership of the Iranian government
and the regime has been a crime in human rights violations since the revolution.
Iran is not only the most dangerous threat to Israel’s security but also a champion in the murder of real or perceived homosexuals, said Volker Beck, a lecturer at the German Green Party and a lecturer at the Center for the Studies of Religion. (CERES) at the Ruhr University in Bochum. ”It may be desirable for the federal government to make Iran’s human rights violations more of a problem.“A few months ago, the Islamic Republic of Iran, in accordance with the state-controlled Iranian Student News Agency, clearly hung a 31-year-old Iranian man after being convicted of charges of violating Iran’s anti-gay laws.
The LGBT community in Iran has lived in terror for the last 40 years, said Alireza Nader, CEO, and CEO of New Iran, a Washington-based research and defense agency. ”Next time Zarif speaks to the Foreign Minister Zarif in Washington, the landlord, and the audience should ask him why his regime is one of the best homosexuals in the world.“In 2016, the Jerusalem Post reported that the Iranian regime killed a homosexual adolescent – for the first time approved the execution of a person convicted as a child in the Islamic Republic.
Hassan Afsar, 19, was hanged in the Arak Prison in Markazi Province, Iran on July 18, 2016, after being convicted of “forced sexual intercourse” in early 2015.
In 2011, the Iranian regime executed three Iranian men after being convicted of charges of homosexuality.
“In Iran, the Islamic legal system, Shariah, condemns homosexuality as a crime for the death penalty. Iranian people are experiencing daily human rights violations!” Progetto Dreyfus cried out.
In a related incident, 57-year-old Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani, formerly head of the Iranian judiciary, was sanctioned by the US Treasury Department in January 2018, accusing him of being responsible or guilty of human rights violations.
Sadeq Amoli Larijani, Iran’s president of the judiciary, is under administrative supervision for jail time, contrary to Iran’s international obligation, he said. This included torture and executions, including youth, as well as other abuses. According to Iran’s news agency IRNA, Larijani slammed Israel and the United States in July, claiming that Iran is “stronger than ever on Israel’s borders”.According to a report published in Radio Farda, in terms of the economy, unemployment rates in Iran rose dramatically.
Official figures reported that the unemployment rate among Iranian youth has more than doubled the overall unemployment rate.
However, the fact that these figures are as high as they may be does not represent the real situation of the Iranian employment sector.
Official Iranian figures differ greatly from independent statistics centers. For example, Iranian officials count one hour a week as employees, while independent statistics centers classify them as unemployed.
According to the headline report, the unemployment figures are methodologically questionable even if [by the government] are not
manipulated memiş and therefore the figures in the year may be much higher than initially reported.
Human Rights Watch of the Islamic Republic of Iran has been ruthless under President Hassan Rouhani, according to a report by New York-based Human Rights Watch in 2015.HRW described the conditions in Iran as horrific HR and wrote that the country’s intelligence and judiciary nit committed serious rights violations throughout 2014 HR.
The report’s findings are far from Rouhani’s 2013 pre-election campaign. He promises that or all ethnicities, all religions, even religious minorities must feel justice “.According to Human Rights Watch, “particularly high rates of executions for drug-related crimes continued”. “Security and intelligence forces arrested journalists, bloggers, and social media activists, and the revolutionary courts imposed heavy penalties against them.”Modern democracies respect the freedom of the press. Iran does not!” Progetto Dreyfus said on the Twitter page. In addition to violations of freedom of expression, the Republic of Iran does not allow the government to use the social media without censorship of the government, allowing it to manipulate information entering or exiting these websites.
Moreover, within the same region, a person who speaks in any way against the government can be punished by the regime of power itself – it can further increase the censorship about freedom of speech and freedom of information within the country.
Iranian media sources said at least 200 inmates were killed by
October 2014, but opposition sources said they had carried out another 400 unannounced executions. Some executions were open to the public. “Iran’s regime imposes the death penalty for crimes such as ve insulting the prophet, apostasy, homosexual relations, and adultery.
The Islamic Republic has been a crime in the oppression of non-Muslim minorities. HRW wrote that Iran “rejected the freedom of religion to the Bahamas … and discriminated against them.” As of May 2014, Iran wrote that at least 136 Bahasa were held in prisons.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch detonated the Islamic republic because of violent pressure on Christians and the Dervishes, including the imposition of long prison sentences on members of these religious minority groups.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s perception of a regime that is not serious enough to honor the ongoing violent human rights violations, fundamental human rights norms or statements that would not build a nuclear weapons device.