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Women of Evin: Ward 209:

ISBN-10: 1483623858
ISBN-13: 9781483623856
Edition: 2013
Authors: Jila Baniyaghoob
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Description: I said, "You call a peaceful gathering radical? In your opinion, I'm a radical because I came out to cover a peaceful rotest as a journalist?! Of course, even if I was not a journalist and I participated as an ordinary citizen, I still wouldn't be a  More...

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Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Author Solutions
Binding: Cloth Text 
Pages: 112
Language: English

I said, "You call a peaceful gathering radical? In your opinion, I'm a radical because I came out to cover a peaceful rotest as a journalist?! Of course, even if I was not a journalist and I participated as an ordinary citizen, I still wouldn't be a radical." "I'm not against women's demands, but the country in in a very critical situation. Is it right to take to the streets, demonstrate, and threaten the country from within when the country is facing external threats?" I replied, "My country, its security, and its territorial integrity are all important to me as well. But why do you think a peaceful demonstration, with purely civic demands, endangers the country's security? These demands have been made for more than a hundred years, and they are not related to a a particular political system. Does the fact that women are demanding legal equality endanger national security?! What's your definition of security anyway?! I have the exact opposite point of view. You not letting women hold a peaceful rally will ultimately lead to disintegration of the society and even the state. Don't you think the more you close down the society, the more you have led it towards disintegration?"

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