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sis , it's not the same , you can't compare such great women and their roles to that of today and the women of today .

The IRI is a private company and does not represent the :Ummah.

The IRI is owned and controlled by its shareholders and not the people .

It is financed by certain banking families and it must follow the rules.

It doesn't matter if a man or a woman is appointed , it's just a corporate position .

And if they don't follow the company mission and policies , they are fired.

And while some are good people , they are just the workers .

Yes it is not comaparable their situations to ours, but everything that they do has a messege for us. And what is the messege of karbala? The messege is that for a woman it is not forbidden to act publicly as long as they wear a suitable hijab and act modestly. So you cannot call it a "DARK DAY".

And what you say about a company and whatever, that I underestand you, because there is a propaganda against Iran and unfortunately it seems that you are affected by that. For your information I should say that nowhere in islamic countries people are playing such a key role in controling their government thatn Iran.

Any way, this is not sopposed to be a political argue! Try to avoid saying what we do not completely know about that. 

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I'm not denying that she is an example for Muslim women, but she wasn't infallible, so we should concentrate on her actions after accepting Islam. Any evidence that she conducted business after that (or even after her marriage to Muhammad (pbuh))?

 

What's your point? Why should it matter if she still had a business after her marriage or not?

 

Khadijah was not living a disgraceful life before marrying the Prophet (pbuh). The Prophet (pbuh) never once said that her wife Khadijah was less pious because she had her own business.

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And, do you know that 50 out of 313 leaders of Imam Mahdi (pbuh) are women? See? Leaders!!! Maybe being a leader is more controvertial tha being a mere spokeswoman. Will you call it "dark days" as well?

Do you have the specific reference for that? As far as i remembered those 50 women are separate from 313 Leaders. It is against Islamic practices for a women to lead, be it the household, prayer and let alone battlefield. 

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