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Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Today, on February the first, we celebrate World Hijab Day. It was first celebrated in in order to educate the world on what wearing a hijab stands for. More importantly, this day is celebrated in the aim of protecting the right of an individual to wear one, neither forcing them nor banning them. There's been a lot of controversy regarding hijab law in Iran. The media there is also guilty of portraying Iranian women as sad and powerless. While in some Muslim religion cases this might be true, it is definitely not the most accurate description of a modern Iranian woman and modest fashion. To deny the stereotype that women wearing a hijab are weak and unhappy, Bored Panda collected a list of Iranian women street fashion photos, depicting them wearing hijabs proudly and simply looking incredible.
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AN Iranian model who faces jail in her home country for posing for semi-nude photos has found herself homeless on the streets of Paris. The model feared being lashed for breaking Iran's strict Islamic law after a photographer she posed handed partially nude photos of her in to the police. From here she travelled to Paris where she claimed asylum in November. But Negzzia found herself struggling to live and what little money she soon ran out. After failing to find work she became homeless, sleeping rough on the streets and park benches. As soon as she arrived in France, Negzzia started to fill in the necessary documents to claim asylum, but her case has not even been considered. After her story came to light in the French media, she has since been able to stay in a temporary housing centre for asylum seekers. French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said the department is in contact with her and pledged to review her case. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team?

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Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Today, on February the first, we celebrate World Hijab Day. It was first celebrated in in order to educate the world on what wearing a hijab stands for.

More importantly, this day is celebrated in the aim of protecting the right of an individual to wear one, neither forcing them nor banning them. There's been a lot of controversy regarding hijab law in Iran. The media there is also guilty of portraying Iranian women as sad and powerless.

While in some Muslim religion cases this might be true, it is definitely not the most accurate description of a modern Iranian woman and modest fashion. To deny the stereotype that women wearing a hijab are weak and unhappy, Bored Panda collected a list of Iranian women street fashion photos, depicting them wearing hijabs proudly and simply looking incredible. Most of them come from a Muslim fashion blog called The Tehran Times , the first street style blog from Tehran, Iran aimed at showing the creativity, style and high fashion of young Iranian women.

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I travelled trough Iran in october last year and saw so many stunning and stylishly dressed woman! The prejudice that all Iranian woman are demure creatures in burqa's could not be further from the truth.

I added a picture from Tehran last year. Reason I took that picture? Because I was amazed at how stylishly they were dressed. No photoshoot, this is how a lot of women in Iran look. Second of all, do they like wearing headscarves? No, a lot of women do not like it but they do try to make the best of the situation. And times are changing. A lot of young women had 'some kind of headscarve' but it merely was a little piece of fabric attached to their hair.

I have seen it all, from periwinkle blue hair with a neon scarve to a semi-detached sort of fabric-patch to a von Dutch hat. In the more religious places they dressed more demure, I must say that but you are not allowed in the Vatican in a bikini either.. Second of all, it is a regime that is enforcing this rule, not so much 'men opressing women'. Most Iranians that I talked to think that women should be able to decide themselves whether to dress according to Muslim law. Travel the world people.. Simple question to some people commenting here.

Head Covering??? Well this article is about Iran and there All women are forced to cover their head. How people can enjoy reading it and watching the photos without thinking about those who from small child need to cover their head, but don't want to. Great point Rita. Men are also hurt and forced to do things under this regime. Who and what ideology is behind this regime and this situation? What kind of views and beliefs shaping their law and reality? Islamic law, sharia law.. It's not just women that "must" obey the Islamic dress code.

If you did some research, you would find that men also have rules for dressing. And they are not "forced" by the religion to dress as the code, they are free to do what they want. They are oppressed by their governments that interpret the code as a law, and in a strict way, not the religion itself. No - women should feel free to dress as they like.

It's a beautiful tradition that adds grace to a woman's poise. You probably think that because here in America you're used to a bunch of liberated sluts.

Every culture has their rules, which evolve over time. This includes religious rules. In America, you cannot walk around naked on beaches, and Christian rules are more stringent than people realize.

Yet, as times evolve, culture evolves. This is their culture evolving- where headscarves are more decorative- it doesn't even cover the entire head. I'm sure there are oppressive areas- but this seems more culture evolving, rather than oppression. You can not be a supported and still appreciate the freedom and beauty that these women have found, even if it is within the sad guidelines they are told to obey. Also- children don't have to cover their head. It depends from family to family when it begins. It becomes a matter of custom and family traditions.

This comment is hidden. Click here to view. They have to dress certain way after women get married, until then it's not as strict, but if you are dressed too revealing, you're assumed to be a prostitute. I wonder where you find these nonsense facts, the level freedome doesn't change after the marriage. Aren't you thinking about observant Jews? It's in Orthodox Jewish law that married women are supposed to cover their hair, but not unmarried girls.

So most of these photos are fashion shoots. I am aware that fashion photos don't reflect what the general public look like. Pretty much most women loo6m like this. I do not know Iran or Iranian girls. These are not fashion shots. These are normal daily shots they take to post on their instagram I am from Iran and my friends and relatives dress like fashions every day! When I just moved to Canada I started to dress up very simple! But really missed that life - you shoudl come to Iran to see the real luxury life -the mainstream media just tell lies most of the time-.

Nope so I actually was there for a month and for the most part this is how most women dress and a few of them do cover up more but for the most part they look like the pictures. Well , this is funny I think that you say it because you can't imagine people being that idle to be this stylish for every day life..

You clearly haven't seen them all: most are clearly street photos taken with a smartphone. But hey hold on to your opinion I was in Tehran 2 month ago the fashion on the street and at homes are even more modern and almost all young girls are wearing more modern and designer mode then in Europe or Amerika.

You are wrong the do! I would say people are actually even more fashionable. You can always find videos on YouTube or other sources of general public.

Well my friend, i appreciate your scrutiny. I leave you a simple Google Image search link on "Iranian women on street". Have a look for yourself and be the judge of that either the images on this post are cherry-picked or not.



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