Although pro-Islamist fascist lobbyists like NIAC and its likeminded useful lefties get most of the mass media attention and funding, there is an army of pro-democracy Iranian digital activists fighting oppression.

The good news being, many of these anti-Islamist fascist digital activists are women.  That is particularly relevant because the core ideology of the Islamist fascism is based on misogyny; their apartheid laws designate women as half-human being, who regardless of education and other status need a male guardian’s permission to do most mundane things in life.

Wired has just published a write-up about two of these Iranian women, Firuzeh Mahmoudi (picture above) and Soudeh Rad.

There are many others, people like Mariam Memarsadeghi, the co-founder and co-director of Tavaana: E-Learning Institute for Iranian Civil Society.

Those Iranians, who have lost hope of seeing Iran’s emancipation from the unreformable, expansionist and warmongering Islamist fascism, can take heart by taking a looksy at the dogged pro-freedom activities of Iranian women inside and abroad. 

In other words; Iran’s freedom from Islamist fascism is not a matter of if, but a matter of when.

Airtight sanctions, a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.