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Iranian women argue that these hadiths could be misinterpreted and therefore should not be taken as orders or truth.
There has been some pushback to feminist efforts to reduce domestic violence in Iran by some more conservative elements of Iranian society.
Laws to better enforce existing laws and protect women against violence were placed on the agenda before the Iranian parliament the week ending 16 September 2011, focusing on both protection and prevention of violence against women, including focus on human trafficking, better protection and services for abuse victims, rehabilitation (especially concerning domestic abuse) and better processes to manage questioning of female offenders.
One of the keys to ultimate success is altering community cultural views regarding the use of violence against women.
5/30/18 - The Baha'i International Community (BIC) at the United Nations has expressed alarm over a spate of arrests of Baha'i faith members in three Iranian provinces by agents of the Intelligence Ministry.
"Religious intellectuals have responded by engaging in reluctant analysis of the way the woman question poses itself in the Iranian context.The 32 volume findings are available only to scholars and researchers at the Center for Research in Tehran and have been shared with governmental lawmakers and agencies.The study of Iran, a diverse country of many ethnical and cultural communities, resulted in varied results by province, and particularly different the further that women lived from Tehran, the capital of Iran.5/30/18 - Police and security forces blocked an event commemorating the 50th anniversary of the anti-censorship Iranian Writers Association (IWA) by raiding the home in Tehran where it was supposed to be held on May 25, 2018.
5/30/18 - Iran's supreme leader has called for swift punishment of those involved in a high school sex abuse scandal that erupted Monday with revelations in a state news report and a social media video of the alleged abuser.
5/30/18 - In threatening Iran with the "strongest sanctions in history," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was probably not thinking of the Mongol sieges of Iranian cities.