Mother in Persia, a new television program, is making headlines by asking her mother to send it to her, a situation that has the mother of three crying.
Mamazou, a mother of four, recently asked her mother, who lives in the Middle East, to send her a picture with her mother’s underwear in them.
In the program, titled Mother in Persian, the host, Marzie Akbari, interviews the mother, Teresa Persis, who was born in Turkey.
When asked what she thinks her mother would think of the photograph, she says, “It’s her mother in her own underwear, so I think it’s great.”
When the interview concludes, she is shown the photo, with her father’s underwear.
“It’s just amazing,” she says.
“I am so proud of my mother, but when I go to my room, I am always angry at myself because I never saw her in any of her clothes, because she’s never been with me.”
She says she knows her mother is not happy with the photo.
“I want to ask her to send me the photograph so I can take her clothes off and show her how proud she is of her mother,” she said.
Mazou has been a regular viewer of the program and says she thinks it’s important to be aware of the issues surrounding sexual harassment in the region.
“When we see this type of behavior, we have to ask ourselves why are we doing it and what are we afraid of,” she told Fox News.
“If we don’t ask questions and talk about these issues, we will never solve it.”
Akbari says the program is aimed at showing women that if they are harassed by their husbands, it’s their husbands who should be punished.
“Women are the ones who are the most at risk when it comes to sexual harassment,” she added.
Mia Bisharat, the program’s host, says the goal of the show is to make women feel like they are not alone in their issues.
“There are so many issues in our country, but we are not addressing the root causes,” she tells Fox News in a phone interview.
“We are the problem, and we need to make our voices heard.”
Bisharat says the idea of the Mother in Persis show is not about giving women a “brief look” into their family lives.
Rather, it is about showing the reality of the situation in Iran.
“This is not a documentary or a documentary about my life,” Bishatar said.
“This is a documentary for me, for all women who have suffered and the mothers that have experienced this.”