A mother in Iran, where women in Iran are required to wear veils, often to protect themselves from the gaze of men, is a rare sight.

In fact, in recent years there have been no known cases of a mother wearing a veil.

“It is a taboo in this country,” said Farhana, a 32-year-old mother of two in Tehran.

“I know how hard it is to get married and have children, but if you are a believer and are pregnant and you want to give birth, you should be able to wear a veil.” “

There is no word on when or if the headscarfs of Iranian women will be changed to veils. “

I know how hard it is to get married and have children, but if you are a believer and are pregnant and you want to give birth, you should be able to wear a veil.”

There is no word on when or if the headscarfs of Iranian women will be changed to veils.

Farhaneh said the headcoverings she wears are religious head coverings.

“We do not want to be judged by other women,” she said.

“For me, my religious headcovering is my religion.”

Farhania is the daughter of a devout Muslim family and said she is proud to be Iranian.

“My mother in Islam is very proud to have me as her daughter.

“Before I became a mother, I used to pray to God for help. “

I am very happy now.””

Before I became a mother, I used to pray to God for help.

I am very happy now.”