Reem Alsalem talks about a woman’s rights through the lens of the Quran. No where in the Quran does it say that women are unequal to men. The article focuses mostly on Afghanistan, but the points being made are universal to all Muslims. The author does a good job of defining words important to the Islamic religion, and she also talks about important values of the Quran and how they impact women.
Points out everything that Iran is doing wrong regarding women's rights
By Masih Alinejad
Lives Not Just Numbers – Femicide Map Iran
Many acts of femicide happen in silence, behind closed doors. Victims are sometimes left on desolate routes or quietly buried, some without headstones that mark their names. For these reasons, obtaining accurate data on femicide is a challenging task. StopFemicideIran assembles statistics and information about cases of femicide in Iran. We utilize multiple sources including local and national news, social media and grassroots reports.
Although acts of femicid occur in all parts of the country, based on available data, they are most prominent in 5 provinces
Although given the current laws it is not easy to hold the perpetrators accountable for these murders, from a sociological perspective, it is important to understand the profile of perpetrators who commit these murders. According to the available data, most murders of women are committed by spouses, brothers, and fathers, but they are all committed by sons, cousins, inlaws, and others.