“The woman who sent this video to us was only an example of a silent majority,” Ms Alinejad said.“They are representative of those who don’t agree with the rules, who dare to risk their lives and reject the car ban in Iran.” این عکس را عکاس خبرگزاری تسنیم منتشر کرده دخترانی که زیر تابلوی حجاب ممنوع روسری شان را از سر بر می دارند. Posted by My Stealthy Freedom آزادی یواشکی زنان در ایران on Wednesday, 13 January 2016 Ms Alinejad, 39, has been a tireless campaigner for women’s rights in Iran since her teens.In 2003, some 26,000 people were killed by a magnitude 6.6 quake that flattened the historic southeastern city of Bam.Iran's education department has banned ugly teachers from the classroom, including women with facial hair or those suffering from acne.Women who have facial hair will also be sacked, along with teachers with fewer than 20 teeth or those suffering a fungal infection.Women are allowed to teach in Iran although they must wear a scarf covering their hair.
Irani was replaced by Prakash Javedekar as the HRD Minister and Piyush Goyal replaced Tomar and was given additional charge of Minister of Mines.
Naidu was in-charge of the Ministry of Urban Development and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation in addition to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
The additional charge of the Ministry of Urban Development has been given to Narendra Singh Tomar, who already holds the portfolios of rural development, panchayati raj, and drinking water and sanitation.
She called on female leaders who visit Iran to refuse to cover their heads “as all Muslims would protest if the West came out with a new law forcing Muslim women to take off their hijab”.
“We have a nuclear deal, now we need a women deal,” she said.