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SPECIAL REPORT: Your Veil is a Battleground I

SPECIAL REPORT: Your Veil is a Battleground I - Tehran Bureau | FRONTLINE | PBS

This movement first emerged after the Iranian Constitutional Revolution in , the year in which the first Women Journal was published by women. It heightened again after the Iranian Revolution Between and , the Iranian Women's Movement gained victories such as the right for women to vote in , part of Mohammad Reza Shah's White Revolution. They were also allowed to take part in public office, and in the Family Protection Law provided new rights for women, including expanded divorce and custody rights and reduced polygamy. Women's rights have been restricted since the Islamic Revolution.

Iran's 'Grave Sleepers' Prompt Calls For Action

Filled with hope, a number of women bought tickets. But authorities quickly blamed a technical glitch and said that all tickets purchased would be canceled and refunded. The federation initially said only eight women bought tickets and issued a statement saying they were sold mistakenly, emphasizing that there were never any plans to allow the presence of women in Azadi stadium for the Iran-Syria match. Hypocritically, authorities allowed Syrian women — the beneficiary of so much ideological and material support from Iran — into the game. Still, Iranian women are banned.
The images are morbid: homeless men, women, and children so desperate for shelter that they would resort to living in open graves. Yet that is what some 50 Iranians have reportedly been doing for years, holing themselves up in concrete dugouts at a graveyard outside Tehran. Images and video of the men living in squalor have sparked shock and outrage in Iran -- including at the highest levels of government -- and prompted mounting calls for action.