Where are the women? Where are the women’s rights marchers? Where is their hijabbed heroine Linda Sarsour?
The American “women’s movement” says nothing and does nothing for the women who are fighting and dying for freedom in Iran. They are fighting against real misogyny. Real slavery. The whining losers of the women’s movement say nothing about the real issues women face. In fact, they are the problem women face. Instead of standing with the courageous women who are taking off their hijabs in Iran, they choose misogynist sharia enforcers such as terror-tied Linda Sarsour for their leadership. They partner with terror groups such as CAIR.
American “feminism” is anti-women.
“Iran sentences woman to 24 months for removing hijab,” World Israel News, March 11, 2018 (thanks to Mark):
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A Tehran prosecutor says a woman who removed her obligatory Islamic headscarf in public in late December has been sentenced to 24 months in prison.
Iran’s semi-official Tasnim news agency on Wednesday quoted prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi as saying the unidentified woman took off her headscarf in Tehran’s Enghelab Street to “encourage corruption through the removal of the hijab in public.”
In February, police detained 29 women who removed their headscarves as part of an anti-hijab campaign known as “White Wednesdays.”
These women appear to be following the lead of a 31-year-old protester identified as Vida Movahed, who took off her headscarf in the street in late December as part of widespread protests in the country. She was detained for a few weeks and then released.
The police say the campaign, advocated by Farsi-language satellite TV networks based abroad, purportedly encourages women participants to take their headscarves off on Wednesdays.
Women showing their hair in public in Iran are usually sentenced to far shorter terms of two months or less, and fined $25….
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