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”The message is very clear and very specific—that women want to be able 
to choose if they wear hijab or not,” Nasrin Sotoudeh, a female 
human-rights lawyer in Tehran, told me, by phone on Wednesday. “This is 
a civil-disobedience movement. Women know what the laws of the land say 
about hijab, and, based on that, they chose to protest.”