The Mutual Incompatibility of Veiling and Chastity with Social Status, in the oppressive Regime of Shah
مقام معظم رهبری

January 18, 1989
 It was the same in the political and social arenas. If a woman wanted to hold an office in Iran during the reign of Shah, she would have to abandon the veiling, chastity and dignity of an Islamic woman. Of course it depended on the woman's essence and potential. If she were morally loose then she would fall into the bottomless pit of licentiousness. If she had self-control and abstention she could safeguard herself to some extent; however, she continuously encountered the increasing pressure of the society, this was the way our society was.

Source: IRNA
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