Patriarchal oppressors in Iran celebrate Women’s Day by commuting the sentences of women prisoners. On Men’s day, no men will have their sentences commuted.
Ali Mehraspand gives a short update on the case of Reyhaneh Jabbari, which, regardless of whether you agree she should be executed or not, the English-speaking world is being given a distorted picture of.
Much is being spread in the English-language press about current happenings in Iran regarding a woman to be executed that is just plain wrong, according to our Iranian editor Ali Mehraspand.
You may have recently heard that the Iranian government has recently barred women from some academic programs. You may not have heard why.
Desperate for money, the worldwide corruption that is feminism continues unchecked and abetted by media outlets like The New York TImes. Ali Mehraspand brings us reports on the latest lies out of Afghanistan.
The story of Afghanistan is a story of children whose innocent smiles know a hinge of anxiety for they have seen too often how menacing life can be. It is also a story in which the UN and NGOs are more worried about the Patriarchy Theory than actual human rights. It is a story that you need to hear truthfully, for it’s a story of male children’s disposability.
In the oppressive culture of Iran, women are mere property to be used and thrown away by their husbands like trash. Or so the English-speaking media tells you regularly. Iranian correspondent Ali Mehraspand has a different story to tell that you won’t read anywhere else.
In the West ‘honor killings’ are something feminists claim as a crime that happens exclusively to women. Ali Mehraspand brings you the cold truth – that men are its primary victims.
A radical terrorist group in Nigeria has been kidnapping girls and everyone is in an uproar. But they’ve been doing more than kidnapping girls, which no one appears to care about. Ali Mehraspand explains.
Our Iranian correspondent Ali Mehraspand looks at privileged Western Feminist assumptions about “women’s oppression” and proposes a counter-theory to “Patriarchy.”