Zan-e Rooz (meaning Woman Today in English) was a women's weekly magazine published in Tehran. The magazine was first published in 1964. Before Islamic revolution Kayhan (Publishing company) was the editorial and publisher. After the Iranian Revolution, as women's political activity alongside men increased, publications focusing on women's issues sprang up to answer the increased demand. Due to this, Zan-e Rooz shifted from being a Western-style gossip sheet to a publication dedicated to exploring the rights of women within the Islamic framework.
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