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She was under life support ever since. Her sister told the official IRNA news website last week that the victim also suffered from bipolar disorder.

Iranian Women Allowed Access to Watch Live Football in Stadium

Ali Karimi, a long-time star player of Iran's national football team has called on a boycott of all sports stadiums in the country. Reformist lawmaker Parvaneh Salahshouri wrote in a tweet : "Where men determine women's fate and deprive them of their basic human rights, and there are women who help men in their tyranny, all of us are responsible for detaining and burning girls like this in the country.

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Islamic Republic, You will be tangled and strangulated one day in this cluster of ropes you have made. She was also dubbed "The Blue Girl" for the color of her favorite football team. The captain of the Iranian national soccer team, Masoud Shojaei wrote on his Instagram, "As we are shocked by old limitations set for women, the future generations will be astonished to [find out] that women were banned from entering sports arenas in our time".

  • Iran has barred female spectators from football and other stadiums for around 40 years, with clerics arguing they must be shielded from the masculine atmosphere and sight of semi-clad men. The first batch sold out in under an hour, and additional seats were also snapped up in short order, state media said.
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Captain Shojaei has more than , followers on his Instagram accounts. Shojaei added, "The origin of such limitations is the rotten and disgusting thinking of the past, and will be incomprehensible for the next generation.

The unwritten law has been supported by religious conservatives and political hardliners in Iran since , a year after the downfall of the pro-West monarch, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and the establishment of the Islamic Republic.

In recent years "reformist" politicians in Iran have been demanding a change in policy, but conservatives who dominate security forces and the courts have fiercely resisted.

  • It marked the first time in nearly four decades that Iranian women were able to buy tickets and enter a stadium here to watch a live sports event.
  • It was initially called Aryamehr Stadium, opened on 1 April , and could hold , spectators. The stadium underwent a refurbishment in , which resulted in a slight reduction in capacity.
  • An unofficial ban on women entering stadiums had been in place since the Islamic Revolution, but came to an end as women flooded into the stadium to watch their side's triumph. Khodayari set herself on fire outside a court in Iran's capital city after she was summoned to face charges for attempting to enter the Azadi Stadium disguised as a man.
  • Read more about sharing. Iran's female fans certainly had a lot to cheer as they saw their team for real for the first time Iran thrashed Cambodia in their World Cup qualifier on the day women were officially allowed into the ground to watch the match for the first time in 40 years.
  • The origin of the name Tehran is uncertain. In the Avesta 's Videvdat i, 15 , Rhages is mentioned as the 12th sacred place created by Ohrmazd.

Banning women from watching live soccer matches is against regulations set by the International Football Federation FIFA, which outlaw any sort of discrimination. FIFA has given the Islamic Republic until October to pave the way for women to freely enter sports arenas and watch men's live soccer matches.

Otherwise, Iran could face removal from all international soccer events.

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