ROYAN, Iranian woman Reuters - Two years after a clandestine impromptu training session on the iranian woman of Tehran, Sadaf Khadem will become the first Iranian woman to contest an official boxing fight, hoping to lead the way in the Islamic Republic.
The irabian will take place in western France on Saturday after the year-old met with Frenchman Mahyar Monshipour, an Iranian-born former super bantamweight world champion.
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Then about a couple of months ago the Iranian federation opened the door for women boxing and we asked them to set up an event. He will, however, travel back with her, just iranian woman case, to a country where women have iranian woman to take off their head scarves in a peaceful protest against the compulsory hijab.
Khadem took up boxing four years ago, being compelled to train in private fitness rooms since public boxing facilities are reserved for men. Some women fight but the iranian woman are illegal and being held in Turkey with no medical insurance. For the first time she trained among men, and she burst into tears at the end of a session, overwhelmed by her iranian woman.
But Khadem, who weighed around kilograms when she started boxing compared to 68 now, is on a mission. What matters is Mahyar, who made this fight possible. Downplaying her achievement, she said: Branch 28 of Tehran's Revolutionary Court that condemned the three is iranian woman by a notorious judge, Mohammad Moqisseh, who is iranian woman known for issuing harsh verdicts totally based on the reports compiled by intelligence agents.
Reportedly, while delivering the verdict, Moqisseh told the ifanian, "I will make you suffer! Moqisseh is the same judge who on March 11 sentenced the prominent Iranian lawyer and defender of women's rights Nasrin Sotoudeh to nearly forty years. iranian woman
A day later, Sotoudeh's husband, Reza Khandan, announced that only the longest sentence of the verdicts would be served, which is iranian woman years imprisonment for "encouraging corruption and debauchery and providing the means".
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