In Iran’s Women’s Prisons, Injustice and Atrocity

On a warm day last April, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe dressed her toddler Gabrielle, kissed her parents goodbye, and set off to catch her flight back home to London.

She never made it.

Instead, Islamic Revolutionary Guards apprehended the then-37-year-old at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini airport and transported her to Iran’s infamous Evin prison, where prisoners are routinely tortured and women subjected regularly to sexual abuse and rape.

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  • GrimmCreeper

    Send the pussy hats to Tehran for a march.

  • ontario john

    I don’t understand, the CBC says everything is wonderful for women in Iran. The had a segment on the National stating so. They even showed how feminist Iran is by all the liberated females trying on the latest fashions in bags over your head.

    • Oracle9

      To see those three letters together makes me retch, especially since I am forced to work one precious day per year solely to fund this abomination.

  • Blacksmith

    Was it ignorance that led her to travel to Iran? I would wish the grandparents could see their grandchildren , but damn these people have not been paying attention. Next time let the grandparents go to England, The British will certainly let them in.