Even though the country is developing in other arenas the rights for women has not upgraded as other developed and developing nations. According to (Nobel Women,2008) “The Iranian women's rights movement is facing unprecedented obstacles and threats. The effort to stop expressions of support for women's rights is part of a general denial of basic social and economic rights in Iran”. The Iranian women’s movement is all set to bring changes in the gender biased laws of the country. In their article (UNHCR,2008)claims that “Besides raising awareness among the public, policymakers, political and intellectual groups on the need to reform laws that discriminate against women, the Campaign has engaged a whole new generation of women's rights activists in the quest for equality”. Although Iran is a country ruled by Islamic regime, the new generation no longer wishes to live under the constrained laws of the Islamic codes and conducts. The religion has a direct and intense control over the people of Iran and the political scene also has religious laws and principles as its foundation. According to (NRPL,2011) “In Iran, the Revolution of 1979 brought in an intensification of religious influence on policy formation in health, education, transport, law, and economics and planning”. This process of Islamization have provoked aggression and repression in the life of public and led to recent protest and resistance against government and their policies.