Iran: Discrimination & Women

Dokhtare Danshjo says discrimination against women starts from Iranian Constitution where man was named as the head of family and woman as take caring nurse for her husband and childern. This blogger adds even if a woman becomes Foreign Affairs Minister, she needs her husband's permission to leave country or to get a passport (Persian).

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