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    1. Kermani invoked the forcible removal of the hijab in the 1930s by Iran’s former secular regime, led by Reza Shah Pahlavi, and argued that those who flouted the dress code ...

    2. Kermani invoked the forcible removal of the hijab in the 1930s by Iran’s former secular government, led by Reza Shah Pahlavi, and argued that those who flouted the dress code ...

    3. Maryam Mirzakhani will be remembered as a woman who broke glass ceilings in life and in death.

    4. Maryam Mirzakhani will be remembered as a woman who broke glass ceilings in life and in death. In 2014, the Iranian mathematician became the first and only woman ever to win the Fields Medal, popularly known as the Nobel Prize of the math world.

    5. The woman, whose name has not been released, defied the kingdom's conservative dress code, which requires all women, even foreigners, to wear long, loose robes known as abayas ...

    6. The woman, whose name has not been released, defied the kingdom's conservative dress code, which requires all women, even foreigners, to wear long, loose robes known as abayas ...

    7. Some praised her “bravery”, while others demanded she be arrested for breaking the country’s strict dress code, which forces women to wear loose-fitting, full-length robes and ...

    8. The woman, whose name has not been released, defied the kingdom's conservative dress code, which requires all women, even foreigners, to wear long, loose robes known as abayas ...

    9. The growing number of women refusing to cover their hair while driving in Iran, especially during the hot summer months, has resulted in renewed threats of arrests for violations of the ...

    10. Women in Iran have sparked a national debate by defying the hijab rule and exposing their hair in cars. This defiance of Sharia law has prompted the police to impose a crackdown on violators ...

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