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Fighting Iran’s strict hijab rules

By DW
25 September 2022   |   12:17 pm
Masih Alinejad comes from Iran but lives in exile. She rose to prominence thanks to her online campaigns 'My Stealthy Freedom' and 'White Wednesdays.' Her protest against Iran's compulsory hijab rule has won her followers from around the world.

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