Iran: X Generation

According to Pouya temporary marriages ( Sigheh) in Iran has a 76% growth last year. The blogger says children who are born during this kind of marriage do not have an ordinary citizen's right (Persian). These children do not have an identity card and are deprived of their social rights from their birth day.

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