Indonesian, Iranian conference looks at women’s rights

AKARTA: A joint Iran and Indonesia conference on the rights of the Muslim women was largely seen as a popular step in the right direction by officials in both countries, despite the obvious negative connotations Tehran has when it comes to women’s rights issues globally..

Top Iranian and Indonesian figures participated in the conference on “Rights of Muslim Women,” which was held by the Cultural Department of Iran’s embassy in Jakarta and Islamic University of Sonan Kolija.

Mohammad Ali Rabbani, Iran’s Cultural attaché, in this conference related on the role of women as half of the Islamic community, Muslim women’s capabilities and their influence on ideological and cultural changes, role of the women in the current events of the world, cultural invasions and negative advertisements regarding the status of Muslim women as well as problems of Western views on Women in Islam.

Iranian official referred to some of the most concise and precise legal discussions on the rights of Muslim women and demanded Iranian and Indonesian elites to cooperate in explainin

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Categories: Asia, Indonesia, Iran, Women Rights

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