'I was Iran's last woman minister' say's Imperial Iran's former Minister of Women's Affairs
21-Aug-2009 (one comment)

The Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has announced he intends to appoint Iran's first women cabinet ministers since the 1979 Islamic revolution.Mahnaz Afkhami was one of the last two women to take part in an Iranian government before the revolution.

But it is far from likely that the women named by Mr Ahmadinejad as potential cabinet ministers will be pushing an agenda favoured by Ms Afkhami.

Fatima Ajorlou, his choice for welfare and social security minister, and Marzieh Vahid Dastjerdi, health, and Sousan Keshavarz, education, are all considered to be hardline conservatives.

I have no doubt that women are going to win...history is moving in a different direction  

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Maryam Hojjat

Zeinab's Sisters

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These women who were selected by Mr. AN are Zeinab's sisters.  They wo'nt do anything positive for women 's affair.  Their mentality can not permit them to understand needs of modern & educated women.

Payandeh IRAN & Iranians