Saturday, February 23, 2013
انعکاس صدای مردم در تظاهرات علیه رزیم اسلامی در مقابل سفارت ایران در استکهلم، مینوهمتی به پخش گزارش ویژه این تظاهرات در برنامه این هفته اختصاص میدهد. این برنامه ساعت 10 و نیم بعد از ظهر 22 فوریه بوقت لس آنجلس بسوی ایران، خاورمیانه، اروپا و آمریکای شمالی از طریق کانال یک پخش گردید. Mino Hemati Rahai Zan TV Producer / Host had an special reportage from the demonstration against Islamic regime's atrocities against women and citizens, in front front of Iran's Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden.This reportage was broadcast towards Iran, Middle East, europe and North America, from Channel One Farsi Satellite TV Station from Los Angeles on February 22th, 2013 10:30 PM PST
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
پناهجویان در معرض خطر دیپورت، گفتگوی مینوهمتی با حمید رضا حسنی یاوند،آرش هوشمند و احمد اکبری در بازداشتگاه فلن سوئد. این برنامه ساعت 12 و ده دقیقه بعد از ظهر 18 فوریه بوقت لس آنجلس بسوی ایران، خاورمیانه، اروپا و آمریکای شمالی از طریق کانال یک پخش گردید. Mino Hemati Rahai Zan TV Producer / Host had an interview with asylum seekers In Danger Of Deportation from Sweden. This interview was broadcast towards Iran, Middle East, europe and North America, from Channel One Farsi Satellite TV Station from Los Angeles on February 19th, 2013 12:10 PM PST
One Billion Rising in Farsiیک میلیارد نفر بپاخیزید
Rahai Zan TV Producer / Host Mino Hemati presents mission of Eve Ensler campaign of one Billion Rising to her Farsi Speaking audience via Channel One Farsi satellite station broadcasting towards Iran, Afghanistan, Middle East, Europe and North America. Http://www.RahaiZan.tv
Sunday, February 10, 2013
ShahinDal memorial مراسم بزرگداشت فادیمه شاهیندال در گوتنبرگ
Fadimah ShahinDal memorial in Gothenburg Sweden, By RahaiZan and Swedish activists, مراسم بزرگداشت فادیمه شاهیندال در گوتنبرگ سوئد. واحد گوتنبرگ رهائی زن این گزارش را تهیه کرده است
مصاحبه مینوهمتی با شراره رضائی پیرامون قوانین زن ستیز اسلامی در ایران، این گقتگو در روز جمعه 8 فوریه 2013 از برنامه رهائی بسمت ایران ، منطقه، اروپا و آمریکای شمالی از کانال یک ماهواره پخش گردید.
متن مصاحبه برای خوانندگان انگلیسی زبان تهیه شده.
The English transcript of the Interview, which was broadcasted towards Iran, Middle East, Europe & North America, via Channel One Satellite in Rahai Zan TV Program.
Excerpt of a Television interview with Sharareh Rezaei, the secretary of Association for the Defence of Women and Children Rights-TEHRAN, and a member of the leadership of The Organization for Emancipation of Women (OEW) and the Editor of the OEW Journal. The interview was conducted by Mino Hemati, the director of the OEW and the producer and presenter of OEW TV.
Mino Hemati: What are the most anti-women laws that the Islamic Republic has adopted and implemented against women in
Sharareh Rezaei: When the Islamic Republic came to power (1979), by adopting the Family Laws based on Islam and Sharia they initiated an all sided attack against women and imposed an all encompassing sexual apartheid on the country.
Some of these new Sharia based laws were:
- Gender segregation in schools, buses and Universities
- Abolishment of the right of women to divorce and children’s custody
- Women’s share of inheritance were reduced to that of half of men
- Women’s testimony before the court of law was downgraded to that of half of men
- Age of marriage for girls was lowered to 9 years of age.
- Polygamy and temporary marriage were legalised
- Men were given the right to physically and mentally punish their wives for disobeying them!
- Honour killings were tolerated and encouraged
- Stoning women to death were introduced and exercised
The above are just a sample of anti-women laws that were adopted and implemented by the Islamic regime.
The introduction of these laws further increased anti-women views and practices in the society. Backward and male chauvinist attitudes gained currency.
Women found to be flouting the sharia laws have been subjected to severest punishment including torture, imprisonment and stoning.
Mino Hemati: What are the effects and consequences of such misogynist laws?
Sharareh Rezaei: - In
while the number of girls in
higher education is higher than boys, nevertheless the number of women in
employment is only 11% of that of men. The introduction of Islamic based laws
has led to a dramatic increase in divorce; prostitution; temporary marriage
(Seigheh – legal prostitution) as well as increase in polygamy, honour related
violence and an increase in the number of children being born outside the
A large number of women and girls have been expelled from their work places, universities and schools for violating strict Islamic dress code.
All these mistreatments and discriminations have been institutionalise and led to a total humiliation and degradation of women.
Mino Hemati: What has been the reaction among women and especially women's rights activists to women situation in
Sharareh Rezaei: Don’t be surprised if I say the struggle and opposition to sexual apartheid and discrimination has not stopped even for one day. Women and girls constantly and on daily basis challenge “hijab”. They take on the authorities at every opportunity knowing full well that such actions will carry retribution on the part of the security forces not only against them but also their families will be implicated.
Many of the women’s rights activists are still in prison. A number of activists fearing for their lives have been forced to flee the country.
The protest and opposition against these laws are as old as the Islamic Republic. In 1980 more than 100,000 people took to the street in protest against the imposition of compulsory hijab. In recent years a number of high profile gatherings and protests have taken place in front of
and “ Tehran University ” ,
all against family laws and all its misogynist and anti-women
implications and against suppression of women. Laleh Park
Every year on the occasion of March 8th, a number of gatherings and events are organised despite all the intimidation, assault and arrest of the organisers and participants. Women activists also mark November 25th, the international day against violence against women by organising meetings, conferences and gatherings.
Mino Hemati: At the end of the interview do you have any messages for our viewers?
Sharareh Rezaei: I would like to say that in a society struck by sexual apartheid we all are victims. We are all being subjected to oppression and degradation just because we are women. Our suffering is indiscriminate. We all suffer and this calls for a collective response.
We need to call on the international public opinion and make them aware that the Islamic inspired sexual apartheid is not any less abhorrent than racial apartheid that was universally condemned. We must let the world know that the emancipation of women in
is part and parcel of human
liberation and its progress. Struggle against the Islamic Republic should be
through siding and supporting women’s and workers movements in Iran
and not through economic sanctions and military assault on Iran by US and Iran . Israel
Fadimah ShahinDal memorial in Gothenburg Sweden, By RahaiZan and Swedish activists,
مراسم بزرگداشت فادیمه شاهیندال در گوتنبرگ سوئد.
واحد گوتنبرگ رهائی زن این گزارش را تهیه کرده است