In Iran, women are subject to public execution by stoning after being convicted for ‘adultery.’
Men can marry non-Islamic women, but women cannot marry non-Islamic men.
A woman can get a divorce only under extreme conditions; a man can divorce a wife without cause.
There are no laws against domestic abuse.
A man’s son inherits twice as much as his daughter.
Yes, Iran sounds like a perfect choice:
With little fanfare, a U.N. body has given Iran seats on several entities, including one dealing with women’s empowerment, another with children, a third with narcotics and a fourth with crime prevention and criminal justice.
From January 1 next year, Iran will be a member of the executive board of the U.N. Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (U.N. Women), the executive board of the U.N. Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, and Commission on Narcotic Drugs.
U.S. taxpayers account for 22 percent of the U.N.’s regular operating budget, plus millions of additional dollars to individual U.N. agencies. The State Department’s fiscal year 2016 request includes $7.7 million for U.N. Women and $132 million for UNICEF….
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