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Iranian Women’s Hijab Protest ‘Unprecedented’

RFE/RL Senior Correspondent Golnaz Esfandiari explains the growing movement against the compulsory Islamic headscarf in Iran.

A new wave of protests in Iran against the compulsory hijab for women began December 27, 2017, when 31-year-old mother Vida Movahed stood on a metal utility box on a busy street in Tehran and silently waved a white scarf tied to a stick to challenge the hijab requirement, in place in Iran since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Women in the capital and other cities have since followed her example , climbing atop utility boxes and waving head scarves in protest, and the videos and images have gone viral on social media.

On February 26 Amnesty International reported that more than 35 women had suffered violent attacks and arrest in Tehran alone since the campaign began, and that dozens of women are at risk of being punished with prison sentences.

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blog Golnaz Esfandiari spoke to RFE/RL Pressroom about the significance of the protests and the courageous women behind them.

RFE/RL Pressroom: Women in Iran have protested the hijab rule before, but what stirred this most recent wave of dissent?

Golnaz Esfandiari: I think the recent protests are the continuation of years of opposition against the compulsory hijab, which violates the most basic rights of women and puts them at risk of harassment, detention, and other forms of punishment.

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Pressroom: Do the protests represent a wider movement for women’s rights in Iran, or human rights or political rights more broadly?

Esfandiari: These are unprecedented acts of civil disobedience against one of the pillars and most visible symbols of the Islamic Republic. The protests have sparked a debate about the compulsory hijab, which has been a sensitive topic. These women have brought domestic and international attention to the issue of the hijab and made it harder for authorities to claim that the majority of Iranian women support the hijab rule. Even hijabi women have expressed solidarity with the women who are removing their scarves in public.

Esfandiari:

These women are sending a clear message: they want to have the right to decide about their appearance in public. It's a protest against four decades of discrimination and humiliation. They're standing up for their rights, knowing that they are likely to be arrested and sentenced to prison. We've received reports that some of them have been beaten up by the police. There's a video of one of them being violently confronted by a security officer. Her leg has been reportedly injured as a result of being pushed down from a utility box.

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“We knew that kids deserve to learn in different ways, and hip-hop is a freedom space that you can learn, regardless of culture,” said McGraw.

“It’s so fulfilling just to see them feeling like we’re on the same page with them and we’re connecting with them,” Shepherd added.

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