Sanaz

Sanaz
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  • Are all women treated like this around the world? 
  • Hi i am Sanaz and i will take you on my daily life as being a Muslim woman in Iran
  • Is this normal? 
  • (Nafisi 82)
  • While Sanaz leaves the house and go into the street she walks down the street with her head down determined 
  • The Blood of Clot patrols the streets to make sure that the women, like Sanaz to see if they are wearing their veils properly 
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  • (Nafisi 82)
  • Sanaz rides the bus but the bus is segregated and she has to enter through the rear door and sit in the back, allowed for women 
  • (Nafisi 82-83)
  • As Sanaz walks the streets of Tehran she thinks about how this experience really affects her 
  • What time should i meet my boyfriend  in Turkey
  • She tries to distance her self from the overthinking  and focuses on her distant  boyfriend 
  • Nearly two decades the streets have been a war zone. Where young women who want to be free, can't. Instead they get humiliated, harassed and tortured. 
  • Sanaz compares her own situation to her mother's when she was her age. Wondering if she walked down the streets freely and having opportunities 
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  • (Nafisi 83)
  • We have reached Sanaz's house to leave her on her doorstep, where she will confront her brother and think about her boyfriend. 
  • These girls, my girls, had both a real history and a fabricated one. Although they came from very different background, the regime that ruled them had tried to make their personal identities and histories irrelevant. They were never free of the regime's definition of them as Muslim women. 
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