The uprising that erupted under the slogan "Women, Life, Freedom" in Iran and the Kurdistan Region continues to enter its fifth month, despite the Iranian state's suppression of the uprising by all methods and means. However, it continues without interruption.
Kongra Star condemned the death sentences issued by the Iranian authorities against protesters, especially women. "The recent death sentence against pregnant women is a crime against humanity," it said.
SARA Organization for Combating Violence Against Women condemned the death sentence against the Kurdish detainee, Shahla Abdi, in the prisons of the Iranian state, and warned of the increasing number of executions in Iran.
An Iranian court ruled the execution of a Kurdish female detainee from the city of Bukan over setting fire to Khomeini's picture during the protests that swept across the city of Urmia.
Afghan media announced the assassination of the former member of the Afghan parliament, Mursal Nabizada, as a result of an armed attack targeting her home in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
The women's news agency NUJINHA reported that a schoolteacher lost her life in Iranian state prisons after she was arrested with her mother and sister. over her participation in the popular uprising that broke out in Rojhilat Kurdistan and Iran for more than 3 months.
On Sunday, Kongra Star held its ninth conference, which came out with a number of decisions, the most important of which was formation a Committee for the Freedom of leader Ocalan, making some amendments to the Kongra Star Charter, and electing a coordinator consisting of 7 members.
The Kongra Star coordinator recalled the martyrs, Sakina Cansiz, Fidan Dogan and Leila Shailmes, stressing that by guaranteeing the women's revolution, they will avenge the martyrs.
JINEOLOJI has intensified the pace of its work and activities for the year 2022, when about 10,000 women and men received training, and it held about 457 seminars and lectures on the reality of women and society alike.
The General Command of the Syrian Democratic Forces launched an investigation to find out the reasons and details of the shooting of 2 women in Deir Ezzor.
The annual meeting of the Kongra Star Council, which was held on 15-16 December, came out with a number of proposals. The most important of which is the necessity of organizing women in all fields.