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SATURDAY OCTOBER 1, 2022 , 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Letter to Biden Administration and US Congress
Once again, we are inspired by bravery of the Iranian people especially Iranian women standing against Iran terrorist regime for terrorizing, jailing, and killing the protestors and ordinary Iranian people following the tragic killing of Ms. Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish women, by the Iranian regime’s brutal police force. We, the Iranian American Community in US, sending this statement of solidarity with people of Iran and request the US Congress and Biden Administration to take an effective measure against this regime and its brutality.
With the people of Iran bravely protesting for their basic human rights in the face of violent state repression and internet blackouts, the Iranian American Community Group (IAC) in the Greater Los Angeles area is calling on the Biden Administration and US congress to take all necessary diplomatic action against the Iranian regime to reduce the violence against innocent Iranian people for demand their basic human rights.
We understand the ...
Republican Party of Orange County
Orange County, CA - Hon. Fred M. Whitaker, Chairman of the Republican Party of Orange County, released the following statement on the ongoing unrest in Iran:
"For over 50 years the Islamic Republic of Iran has forced its extremist views upon the people of Iran, especially women. They are forced to cover their heads and bodies regardless of their religion or personal beliefs. This is a violation of basic human rights.
On September 16th, 2022, a 22 year old Iranian woman was beaten by the Morality Police and died from her injuries. Mahsa Amini was killed for being “improperly covered”. The people of Iran have taken to the streets in protest of this senseless act of violence. According to some accounts, more than 17 people have died in the protests since her death.
We stand with the people of Iran
The Democratic Party of Orange County condemns the killing of 22-year old Mahsa Amini in Iran for being “improperly dressed”. We stand with the people of Iran in protest of this horrific act of violence.
Violence and discrimination against women in a world-wide issue. The U.S. is not immune to the misogyny that strips women of their human rights, bodily autonomy, and privacy.
We can protect women with our activism and our vote. Remember Mahsa Amini and stand against misogyny wherever you find it.
What to Know About the Iranian Protests Over Mahsa Amini’s Death
Protests have intensified this week in Iran over the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody after she was arrested for allegedly wearing her headscarf too loosely. Amini died on Sept. 16 three days after her arrest in Tehran, and many Iranians are alleging that she was killed by law enforcement. Protestors have faced a brutal crackdown from the government who have deployed riot police, resulting in arrests, injuries and at least 17 deaths, according to the state media.
Iranian authorities claim that Amini died of heart failure, but her family and protestors across Iran accuse the government of covering up her murder. The international protests have expanded to express anger over a range of issues, not just restrictions women face over hijabs and more generally in Iran but also against the current regime. At one Iranian protest, a street full of Iranians chanted “death to the oppressor, be it the shah or the supreme leader!”
Iranian American Community Support Human Rights in America and in Iran
The past few weeks have been a tragic reminder that we cannot turn a blind eye to the racial inequity and human rights abuse that continues to plague our country. Iran Americans in the diaspora left Iran because of its human rights violations, inequality, and injustice.
The senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others, as well as the ongoing protests, have only placed a spotlight on the ways in which segments of our justice system in our new country have fallen short as well. We cannot stay silent against injustice. Iranian Americas in the diaspora denounces all acts of racism and violence, and we stand in solidarity with those who are treated differently because of the color of their skin, place of their origin, or their religious preferences.
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We organize our activities around promoting Persian culture as well as participating in civic activities including volunteering in charity causes and helping less unfortunate members of society. We also conduct professional workshops and seminars as well as job referral to help with members’ success.


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About us
The Iranian-American Community Group Orange County, IAC Group, is a non-religious and non-partisan organization, formed by community leaders who want to improve and enhance the quality of life of the Iranian Community by addressing and meeting their …