Iranian law still favors men, but women are more educated and have a more visible role in life when compared to some Islamic countries like Yemen , Somalia , or Afghanistan : In Iran, women not only drive but can hold public office, and attend university. A woman's responsibility and obligation was in the home, which was the underlying basis of the Islamic Republic. Attempts at changing dress norms and perspectives toward it occurred in mids when pro-Western autocratic ruler Reza Shah issued a decree banning all veils. The hijab itself was tied to the idea of the revolution; it was symbol of an Islamic country. In the last two decades, the percentage of Iranian film directors who are women has exceeded the percentage of women film directors in most Western countries. Aside from education, Rafsanjani greatly focused on family planning and health across Iran, with women playing the central role. Islam has nothing against universities.
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