jueves, 26 de marzo de 2015

"¿Las Leyes de la República del Irán de las que Ud habla respetan mi decisión de ir sin cubrirme el pelo?"

Molaverdi, VP para Mujer y Asuntos Familiares
Buena pregunta. En Yahoo tenéis el vídeo:
The Iranian Vice President for Women and Family Affairs Shahindokht Molaverdi was questioned by the UK-based Iranian journalist and writer Masih Alinejad during a visit to a United Nations session on March 10, where Molaverdi was attending the 59th Session of the Commission on Status of Women . Alinejad filmed her attempts to get comments from the Molaverdi and two other female MPs on matters such as acid attacks against Iranian women and the freedom of women to dress as they wish. In one instance the journalist asks, “So do the laws of the Islamic Republic that you are talking about respect my choice of coming to Iran without any head covering?” Alinejad is the founder of prominent Farsi Facebook page My Stealthy Freedom which became renowned for encouraging women to send pictures of themselves in Iran with their hair uncovered. The footage is subtitled in English, with a transcript provided.
Mi única duda es si Molaverdi es realmente una mujer o un hombre travestido...