Iranian Women

Iranian Women

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  • Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
  • Publish Date: 2010-10
  • ISBN-10: 1157658504
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 56. Chapters: Executed Iranian women, Women's football in Iran, Women's rights in Iran, Women's rights movement in Iran, Women of the Sassanid Empire, Human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Women in Iran, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, Reading Lolita in Tehran, One Million Signatures, List of Iranian women, Nazanin Fatehi, Delara Darabi, The Stoning of Soraya M., Shahrbanu, Atefah Sahaaleh, Zahra Bahrami, Iran's Family Protection Law, Shirin, Family planning in Iran, Mona Mahmudnizhad, Farrokhroo Parsa, Nayereh Tohidi, Sex segregation in Iran, Iran women's national football team, Iranian women and Persian music, Football revolution, Golbarg Bashi, Maria, Eden Naby, Malak Ghorbany, Prostitution in Iran, Taraneh Mousavi, The Story of the Daughters of Quchan, Maryam Kavyani, Alzahra University, Shahla Jahed, Borandukht, Pegah Emambakhsh, Khadijeh Saqafi, Jamiat Nesvan Vatankhah, Abortion in Iran, Zahra Shojaei, Negar Javaherian, Nakisa, Azadiye Stadium, Ghazaleh Alizadeh, Soraya Manutchehri, Negar Foroozandeh, Banebshenan banebshen, Saba Kamali, Atefeh Nabavi. Excerpt: The state of human rights in Iran has been criticized both by Iranians and international human right activists, writers, and NGOs. The United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Commission have condemned prior and ongoing abuses in Iran in published critiques and several resolutions. The government of Iran is criticized both for restrictions and punishments that follow the Islamic Republic's constitution and law, and for actions that do not, such as the torture, rape, and killing of political prisoners, and the beatings and killings of dissidents and other civilians. Alleged restrictions and punishments lawful in the Islamic Republic which violate international human rights norms include: harsh penalties for crimes; punishment of "victimless crimes" such...

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