Shah and Shahbanou of Iran honored by Tunisia’s President Bourguiba (1969)

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Shah and Shahbanou of Iran honored by Tunisia’s President Bourguiba (1969)
by Darius Kadivar
14-Aug-2012
 

The Shah and Shahbanou of Iran, are greeted by Tunisia’s President Habib Bourguiba and first lady Moufida to a reception honouring the Persian Monarch’s visit. (circa 1969) 

(Source: persianrealm.com)

Shah and Shahbanou of Iran honored by Tunisia’s President Bourguiba (1969)

(Video Courtesy : 

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FROM REVOLUTION TO DEVOLUTION ?

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Strange Similarities seem to appear in the Aftermath of Iran and Tunisia’s revolutions …

(Recommended blog published at the time of the Tunisian revolution: 

Tunisia could benefit from bitter lessons of Iran’s clumsy '79 revolution by DK)


Mass demonstration over women's rights in Tunisia (IBTimesUKAug 14, 2012):



Iranian Women interviewed by British TV demand return of the shah amidst the Revolution (ITV news,1979):

Iranian Women Protest Against Islamic Law (ITV news, 1979):

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AUTHORITARIAN YET SECULAR MUSLIM LEADERS

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WOMEN RIGHTS IN PAHLAVI IRAN

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Shah of Iran’s Speech On Women’s Day :

Christiane Amanpour on Growing Up in Pahlavi Iran :


Promotional Film commissioned by Iran's Minister of State for Women's Affairs :

A showcase the various organizations dedicated to defending Iranian Women's status and demands in society during the Pahlavi Dynasty 

 

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WOMEN RIGHTS IN BOURGUIBA’s TUNISIA

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Bourguiba and Women in Tunisia

Part I:

A rare shot of leader Habib Bourguiba acting for and talking about tunisian women's freedom. Learn more about today's emancipated tunisian women : http://www.tounsia4ever.com

Part II:

First official divorce request made by woman in Tunisia. Learn more about today's tunisian women in :http://www.tounsia4ever.com


Part III:

Habib Bourguiba speaks about women émancipation. Learn more about today's tunisian women in :http://www.tounsia4ever.com

Related Blog :

Tunisia could benefit from bitter lessons of Iran’s clumsy '79 revolution

Related Blogs on Shah’s Visit to Arab and Maghreb States:

Shah of Iran visits Oman’s Sultan Qaboos and Dhufar (1977)

Turkey Honors Founders of Modern Turkey and Iran during Shah’s Official visit (1975)

Shah and Shahbanou Farah visit Jordan (1975)

Shah of Iran’s State Visit to Morocco’s King Hassan II (1966)


Other Related Blogs:

FIRST REFORMIST: Shah aims to break mullahs grip on country

AMANPOUR GRATEFUL: «Growing Up In Pahlavi Iran Were The Good Old Days»

WOMEN GET TO VOTE: Female Crowd Gratefully Gather At Shah's Palace (1963)


Morocco's King Mohammed VI allowing Female Imams to take charge

Related pictory :


pictory: Girls in Bikini vs Veiled Women on Caspian Sea, Babolsar (1971)

pictory: Stoning a Woman For Adultery During Qajar Era Depicted in Painting

pictory: Promotional Film on Women during Pahlavi Era (1970's)

Female Ministers in Pahlavi Era (1970’s)

A Women for All Seasons : Farokhroo Pārsā (1922-1980)

Women's Day: Mahnaz Afkhami Pioneer Feminist (1975

Women's Day: First Women to Attend Tehran University (1940's/1950's)

Women's Day: Farah, Jihan, Mahnaz Tehran (1970's)

Women's Day: Reza Shah and Son visit School Girls (1930's)

Eminent Persians: Mahnaz Afkhami International Women's Conference in Mexico City (1975)

Eminent Persians: Mahnaz Afkhami International Women's Conference in Mexico City (1975)

EMINENT PERSIANS: Poetess Parvin E'tesami Greets Iran's Crown Prince at Library (1940's) 

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Sometime in the 70s  after her visit to Tunisia, Bourguiba praised Googoosh and said she could be a role model for their women.........

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