Hi, guys. I know that this has been an "off" week for many reasons, but don't let that distract you academically!!
In the first chapter of Persepolis, Marjane Satrapi depicts demonstrators protesting both for and against a law mandating that all women in Iran wear veils; those who support the law cheer, "The veil!" while those against it cheer, "Freedom!" Why do you think this is? Why might some Muslim women support wearing veils, while others do not? And finally, what is the "separation of church and state"?
Your comments will count as a homework assignment for the third marking period of the semester.