Iran's Supreme Leader claims that women in Western cultures must "expose" themselves to men as a "source of pleasure."
Iman Yassin Khatib, 55, won a place on the Joint List coalition's slate of 15 seats in the 120-member Knesset.
Hejazipour added that the hijab serves as lucid representation of a set of beliefs that designate women as "the second sex."
"The fact that a person wearing a kippa can't become a teacher in Quebec in 2019 is a disgrace to this province's proud tradition of defending its fundamental freedoms."
Abolhassan Kayhani, from the western Hamadan province, reproached the women for walking their dog in a park that was near his home.
Abukaram noticed that she was disqualified from the match after she crossed the finish line and did not see her name listed on the board.
The gynecologist was also sentenced to compile a report to encourage Iranian female physicians to respect the Islamic dress code.
Previously all female travelers to the country had to wear all-covering black robes, or abayas to fall in line with the strict Muslim Kingdom’s ideals.
Alinejad currently works as a journalist, author, activist, correspondent for VOA Persian Service and contributor to other Persian outlets.
“In Muslim communities, the word for Jew is not only used as a pejorative, it is used as a curse word. It is a hate that permeates so much so that it is invisible: It is just accepted."