French feminists supported them. Peyk-e Saadat-e Nesvan (in Rasht was published by the Peyk-e Saadat-e Nesvan Society. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. It was one of the harshest critics of the veil ( Hijab ). Sanasarian 136 Sanasarian 124129 "Iranian Women and the Civil Rights Movement in Iran: Feminism Interacted" (PDF). Humanity and Society 33:3.
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