Women have been banned from many sporting events in Iran since 1981, during the early years of the country’s Islamic Revolution.
But one expert warns the clashes "represent one of the most serious challenges to the Islamic Republic since its inception.”
“They should understand that in this day and age, how women dress is none of their business,” an Iranian activist said.
“My goal is just empowering women and giving them a voice," said the activist behind the effort.
A combination of the right amount of youth within the overall population suffering from corruption is necessary.
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The prestigious German think-tank Korber-Stiflung has recently raised a question regarding whether the Westphalia model can
Historians believe that the Women’s Uprising was an opportunity to mount the requisite political opposition to stop the repressive
My resistance began when I was 7.
This is just one of many unexpected consequences of the ban.