The anchor in the struggle to represent the women has stated the women rights and freedom as seen in With years of warfare and a history of being ignored, Iraqi women have had to climb a steep mountain to achieve equality. Men have dominated the majority of homes, the workforce, and other opportunities necessary for a flourishing existence. Previous policies and legislation were discriminatory towards women and girls. For years, political choices and legislation have excluded women from decision-making. A lack of representation and poverty has also hampered women's rights in Iraq. Thanks to the movement Women in Iran: Political representation without rights, its impacts are so huge.

Barriers to women rights in Iraq

The loss of men has been damaging to women and their families, causing them to fall victim to poverty. In addition to the violence affecting women's rights in Iraq, women and girls have been slain by their own people. Iraq's prime minister enacted legislation restricting women's mobility. The legislation granted males the right to divorce their spouses for a variety of reasons. Women, on the other hand, can only divorce their spouses if they become impotent. The legislation also forbids women from choosing whether or not to have sex with their husbands. Furthermore, women are not permitted to leave the house unless their male companions grant them permission. Finding a job has also been a considerable difficulty for Iraqi women who face so many obstacles. Male domination in the workplace is one of these obstacles: physical and/or sexual harassment.

Women rights and freedom that leads to equality

A summary of the Iranian Resistance's views on women's rights in tomorrow's Iran (1) can be summarized as:
There are fundamental liberties and rights as seen in Women in Iran: Political representation without rights is that women will have the same right to all human rights and fundamental freedoms. Equality before the law- Women must have equal legal protection as males and access to assured judicial remedies. The freedom to choose one's clothes was noted when the law requiring compulsory veiling was removed. Participation in political leadership on an equal footing This says that women have the right to participate "in the development and execution of government policies, as well as to occupy public office and execute all public tasks at all levels of government." In the economic sector, equality is noticed as women must have equal access to the work market and get paid like men. In the family sector, equality in the family means that women must have the freedom and equality to choose, marry, or divorce a husband who will help eliminate violence and sexual exploitation. Repealing Sharia regulations enacted by Mullahs Sharia rules imposed by the mullahs will have no place in the legislation of future Iran.

The fight for women rights

The resistance movement Women in Iran: Political representation without rights that fights against these injustices in Iraq has been pushing all of these rights to go through to help the women achieve their freedom. Fighting for these rights has never been an easy task since, to overcome the curse of inequity, a giant leap forward was required, which meant that capable women had to take on leadership roles without hesitation. The impact has been so tremendous as Women's relationships have evolved to the point where they support and listen to one another as if they were blood sisters. The wearing of the hijab and the Sharia laws has taken a new trend in Iraq. The struggle is real, but its fruits are noticeable. Thanks to Maryam Rajavi, the elected president of the Iranian Resistance, and its team as a whole, their work is remarkable.