Women Of Deh Koh
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July 5, 2015
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It is difficult for a married woman to divorce her spouse, yet for men the right to divorce is unquestioned and done with ease. Married women in Iran who wish to leave the country for any reason must first obtain the permission of their husbands.
Despite their many restrictions, females in Iran are anything but fragile...
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Iranian women are proud, strong, and work at changing the society they live in. In Erika Friedl's book, Women of Deh Koh, Lives In An Iranian Village, she shows the reader what it is like to be a woman in Iran. She explains how nothing really stays the same for long, there is always change. She says, "...
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