A woman walks with other shoppers at the Grand Bazaar in Iran’s capital Tehran on September 28. Iran’s police have warned that they will confront “with all their might” women-led protests that erupted nearly two weeks ago over the death of Mahsa Amini in custody. Photo: AFP
A woman walks with other shoppers at the Grand Bazaar in Iran’s capital Tehran on September 28. Iran’s police have warned that they will confront “with all their might” women-led protests that erupted nearly two weeks ago over the death of Mahsa Amini in custody. Photo: AFP
Charmaine Carvalho
Opinion

Opinion

Lunar by Charmaine Carvalho

In Iran, India or France, women’s dress should be women’s choice

  • Those who support both women wanting to wear the hijab and Iranian women throwing off the garment are accused of doublespeak
  • But their position is not paradoxical – they simply support women’s right to choose what to wear

A woman walks with other shoppers at the Grand Bazaar in Iran’s capital Tehran on September 28. Iran’s police have warned that they will confront “with all their might” women-led protests that erupted nearly two weeks ago over the death of Mahsa Amini in custody. Photo: AFP
A woman walks with other shoppers at the Grand Bazaar in Iran’s capital Tehran on September 28. Iran’s police have warned that they will confront “with all their might” women-led protests that erupted nearly two weeks ago over the death of Mahsa Amini in custody. Photo: AFP
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