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Women presence in stadiums has a direct relationship with improving the ethical climate in the places

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A member in board of directors of Cultural Commission in the Iranian Parliament referring to this point that there is no legal ban for the presence of women in stadiums, "Cultural and moral stylization of stadiums' atmosphere will be possible by attending women as spectators"
Saturday, January 14, 2017 11:41:13 AM
Women presence in stadiums has a direct relationship with improving the ethical climate in the places

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – "Although sports officials and athletes have stated several times that the presence of women in stadiums could have positive and effective role in the words and behaviors of men presenting in the stadiums, regrettably some managers make obstructions for the presence of women in stadiums, whereas there is no legal ban in this regard", said Seyyedeh Fatemeh Zolghadr - reformist politician and a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat, Pardis and Eslamshahr electoral district - emphasizing on this fact that the presence of women helps the promotion of spectators' good behaviors and more presence of families in the stadia.

"Cultural and moral stylization of stadiums' atmosphere will be possible by attending women as spectators and this helps the development of sports culture in families thus, opponents of women presence in stadiums should have a plausible justification for this issue; By creating separate inputs and outputs it could be easily prevented mixing men and women in the gyms" said Fatemeh who is also university professor in Arabic Literature.

Zolghadr holds a Ph.d. in Arabic literature and has taught at Alzahra University, Imam Sadiq University and Mazaheb University affiliated with The World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought.

She is daughter of Mostafa Zolghadr, who is another Parliament representative from Minab. She is a member in the reformist party of Islamic Labour.

Iran has long banned women from attending men’s soccer matches, at least partly on the theory that women shouldn’t hear male fans swear and curse.

“No new decision has been made about women’s attendance at sports stadiums,” Iran’s Interior Minister, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli told the reporters.

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