Iranian women have always enjoyed better rights than the women in any other Islamic country in the Arabian world. Since ancient times, the participation of Iranian women in politics, arts, culture, and education has been almost equal to the men in the society.
After the Islamic Revolution, some of the women's rights were repealed in Iran. More
There is no doubt that the women in Iran enjoy better rights than the Muslim women in most of the Arabian countries. Iranian women have been historically very active members of the Iranian society.
The historical records suggest that the women in Persia had almost equal rights and they were equally involved in politics, education, and social acts as men.
After the Islamic Revolution some of their rights were repealed but they are still very actively showing their presence in the field of education, arts, politcs, and industry. In the field of education, the participation of women is much more than men in Iran.
Place of Women In Iran Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Historical Background Chapter Three: Travelling to Foreign Countries Chapter Four: Women under Pahlavi Dynasty Chapter Five: Under the Islamic Republic Chapter Six: Women and Politics in Iran Chapter Seven: Women’s Role in Economy Chapter Eight: Famous Iranian Women Chapter Nine: Women’s Movements in Iran Chapter Ten: Culture and Iranian Women