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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Sep 22

Twenty-two-year-old Iranian woman Mahsa Amini was recently allegedly dragged through the streets and thrown into a police van by Iran’s Guardian Patrols, often known as the morality police, on the… View Post The post The Courageous Women of Iran appeared first on Areo.

Twenty-two-year-old Iranian woman Mahsa Amini was recently allegedly dragged through the streets and thrown into a police van by Iran’s Guardian Patrols, often known as the morality police, on the… View Post The post The Courageous Women of Iran appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jun 22

A decree to ban women from employment, bar them from entering educational institutions, incarcerate them in their homes—and impose the burqa on those who venture beyond their walls: this horrifying,… View Post The post The Continuing Plight of Women under the Taliban appeared first on Areo.

A decree to ban women from employment, bar them from entering educational institutions, incarcerate them in their homes—and impose the burqa on those who venture beyond their walls: this horrifying,… View Post The post The Continuing Plight of Women under the Taliban appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Feb 22

Here’s an irony: World Hijab Day—an initiative begun in the US in 2013 to promote cross-cultural solidarity by encouraging woman of all backgrounds to wear a hijab for a day—is… View Post The post World Hijab Day: Nothing to Celebrate appeared first on Areo.

Here’s an irony: World Hijab Day—an initiative begun in the US in 2013 to promote cross-cultural solidarity by encouraging woman of all backgrounds to wear a hijab for a day—is… View Post The post World Hijab Day: Nothing to Celebrate appeared first on Areo.


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