“Peddling may have an annoying face but the problem could not be solved by erasing the issue by force. Today, the issue of 'female peddlers' is an undeniable reality in the Iranian job market.”
International Business Times
Excerpts of an article by Harriet Sinclair, April 21, 2016
By Harriet Sinclair
April 14, 2016 17:02 BST
Iran's women face a crackdown over veiling, as the country's morality police have stepped up street patrols, prepared to arrest those not viewed as "veiling correctly".
Political prisoner Afshin Bayemani recently wrote to Pariya Kohandel whose father, Saleh Kohandel, is also a political prisoner in Iran.
The Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi, spoke to a conference entitled, "Women's Role in War against Fundamentalism," held on March 2, 2016, at the European Parliament.
Is there a way out for Iranian women beset by so much injustice and oppression?
A report from the sale of unborn babies in Iran
What follows in this report is not just a commentary of an unpleasant event.