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Sure. This article is about a controversial topic and I assume that it was written this way to prevent a possible conflict in future. Words like "Western", "Scholars" and "Historians" are vague, ambiguous, inaccurate and aimed at creating an impression. Putting conclusional statements as facts, without proper attribution resembles illicit generalization. Reliable secondary sources are used in the article, however, the tone is of a tertiary source making evaluative summary out of them. Pahlevun (talk) 11:56, 16 February 2018 (UTC)
It's attributed by full names in references. --MehrdadFR (talk) 15:44, 8 March 2018 (UTC)
Good idea indeed, I double checked. Still, regarding "Historians" please keep in mind that they all write the same regarding forcing, humiliation and alienation, so there's nothing ambiguous about it. If you insist, it can be done (you can even do it by yourself), but makes little sense. --MehrdadFR (talk) 11:02, 11 March 2018 (UTC)
The issue that I raised is not resolved yet. I assume that you are the architect of the current article, so I ask you to provide quotes from the sources. Let's begin with Historians state that this would have been a progressive step if women had indeed chosen to do it themselves, but instead this ban humiliated and alienated many Iranian women. Pahlevun (talk) 19:52, 14 March 2018 (UTC)
This page is not about the Shah but Kashfe Hijab. The sources used appear neutral to me. And this policy was indeed as aggressive as the sources depict. Well, no better you can expect from a dictator. --Expectant of Light (talk) 11:14, 13 July 2018 (UTC)<--- CU blocked sock of User:Strivingsoul