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Four Kurdish citizens from Shno were arrested by the Iran security forces.


Based on reports received by Hengaw, on Saturday, 11 August, four civilians were arrested by the Iran security forces in Shno, Kurdistan.


Hengaw’s reporter in the city announced the identity of two of these detainees as “Khalil and Siddiq Ehini (father and son)” from the village of “Singan” in Shno.



According to an informed source, the security forces arrested two other Kurdish citizens, the identities of these detainees are still not know to Hengaw.


The reason for the arrest of these four Kurdish citizens has not yet been announced, but the local sources stated their detention has to do with “cooperation with the Kurdish parties’ opposition to the Islamic State of Iran”.


There are still no information on where they are being held.


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Iranian security forces detained a Kurdish civil rights activist in Saqqez, northwest of the country, last week after raiding here home and seizing belongings.



According to the information obtained by Hangaw, Fatemeh Almasi, a retired teacher and female activist, was released on bail after days under arrest.


The security forces have confiscated Almasi’s computer and other belongings after they searched her place, a family friend of Almasi said.


However, she was called for further interrogations by the Iranian intelligence service in Saqqez on 1st of August. She was detained three times during the past few years.



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Iran Focus - Hackers believed to be working for the Iranian government have impersonated a young female photographer on social media for more than a year, luring men working in industries strategically important to Tehran's regional adversaries, Reuters reported on Thursday.



The so-called Mia Ash persona has been active on sites including LinkedIn, Facebook Inc, WhatsApp and Blogger since at least April of last year, according to research published Thursday.


Researchers at Dell Secure Works said Iran has engaged in a social engineering plot to ensnare its targets with a "honey pot", a classic espionage trap often involving seduction, more commonly used by criminal hackers.


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on the morning of Monday July 24, Kurdish women and girls’ bikers faced police assault and crackdown around lake“Zrebar” in Mariwan. 


The police officers reportedly told the bikers that “Girls’ are banned from riding their bicycles in public areas”. They also according to an informed source, cracked down on the bikers and confiscated a number of bicycles. 



Last year, the Iranian law enforcement officers also prevent women and girls from riding their bicycles in public areas and spaces in Mariwan. They also prevented women and girls’ bikers from participation in the“No Car Day” campaign. A number of women and girls who participated in the event were subsequently detained. 


Their detentions however, lead to widespread protest by civil society activists in Mariwan which was followed by an open statement condemning the act signed by over 1,400 people. 


Religious cleric “Mustafa Shirzadi”, in a Friday speech last August called on the law enforcements in the city to crack down on women and girls’ bikers and to take necessary steps in stopping them from riding their bicycles in public areas. The imam also called on the officials from the “Sports and Youth officials in the city to designate a suitable and an indoor area away from the public’s eye for women bikers”. 


A park called “Lady’s Park” was soon created where women activist and bikers not only not used the space but also called an act that marginalized and humiliated women designed to curtail women’s most basic rights and freedom.   

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A young Iranian woman shared a post and a photo in the social networks, reporting that she had been arrested for wearing a blouse and skirt. In this illuminating post, she recounts what happened to her and other women arrested and detained for being improperly veiled. Following is the text of her post:

They told me it's forbidden to wear a blouse and skirt.



It was the first time I was hearing something like this. I never thought the situation in the country was so bad that wearing a skirt could be counted as a crime.

And it was not just me. Everyone wearing short manteaux which was above the knees or was open in the front, and everyone wearing pants just 90-cms in length, were arrested. They were arresting people en masse. Then, when the van was filled, the captain said, 'That's enough. Let's go!'

All the girls were weeping. They were so scared.


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