Once an anti-shah activist in a miniskirt, Zahrah Rahnavard is now a feminist in a chador.
I'm going to start wearing the chador [a head-to-toe cloth covering] because I'm afraid of the morality police.
She seemed to be in her 40s, and although she wore a chador, her headscarf was a little loose.
As she removes her chador, he continues in the same tone: “Want to do some Nasnas?”
When she became an Islamic revolutionary, the chador was all about powerful semiotics.
Of course it beat as strongly as ever, and, learning this, chador ran for some water.
"cloth worn as a shawl by Muslim women," from Persian chadar "tent, mantle, scarf, veil, sheet, table-cloth."