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Women's rights in Iran

Shaparak Shajarizadeh, one of the Iranian women who participated in the Girls of Enghelab Street protest against the hijab rule, says that she was sentenced to two years in prison in addition to an 18-year suspended prison term. In addition, she states that she has left Iran.

An Iranian woman who peacefully protested the obligatory hijab rule by removing her head scarf in public in Tehran in December says she has been sentenced to two years in prison in addition to an 18-year suspended prison term.

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  1. Shaparak Shajarizadeh, one of the Iranian women who participated in the Girls of Enghelab Street protest against the hijab rule, says she was sentenced to two years in prison in addition to an 18-year suspended prison term. In addition, she stated that she left Iran.
  2. Shaparak Shajarizadeh, one of the Iranian women who participated in the Girls of Enghelab Street protest against the hijab rule, says that she was sentenced to two years in prison in addition to an 18-year suspended prison term. In addition, she states that she has left Iran.

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