Iranian Women Attend Soccer Game As Tehran Loosens Ban On Female Attendance

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Thousands of women draped in red flocked to Tehran’s Azadi Stadium on Wednesday as Iran loosens a ban that prohibited women from attended men’s soccer matches. The ban was introduced shortly after the 1979 Islamic revolution with only a few exceptions made on rare occasions for small groups.

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23 thoughts on “Iranian Women Attend Soccer Game As Tehran Loosens Ban On Female Attendance

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  2. Absolutely Agree

    I don’t know where or when men began to believe that Women are unintelligent or dumb or insignificant

    (Women’s Lives Matter)

    Women can be Intelligent
    Women can be Wise
    Women can be Smart
    Women can be knowledgeable
    Women can be Caring
    Women can be understanding
    Women can be Thinkers
    Women can be Articulate
    Women can be Brave
    Women can be Kind

    Respect Women

    Author Advocate for Humanity,
    Jason Sandifer,

  3. As much as I wanted this, if you've ever gone to Azadi stadium during one of the rival matches… the amount of thuggery and uncivility make you wonder if you should let your teenage daughter gets 50 miles near this place. Some of these guys act like bunch of animals from my memories. They would make the game very unsafe.

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