While officials of all ranks up to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani have weighed in on the incident, it has seen women in Iran not only question the rule that they must wear the hijab in the street but also their faith in the theocratic Shiite-dominated nation.
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“This method surely will not work.” The hijab and chador have long been parts of Persian culture.
They became political symbols in 1936, when Iran’s pro-Western ruler Reza Shah Pahlavi banned the garments amid his efforts to rapidly modernize Iran.
None of the women in the video have been identified.