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However, they seem to have forgotten that the creators of this document will only agree to those exceptions and conditions written below it that do not oppose the spirit of the document.” Niksefat, who was seen as a potential head of the Ministry of Education in Ahmadinejad’s second Cabinet (2009-2013), believes that Khamenei's recommendation that Ahmadinejad's 2011 “reform document” be implemented means that progress on implementing the 2030 UNESCO document is practically halted.She said, “The 'reform plan' is in accordance with our national and religious culture and does not go against other rules and regulations in our country. A UN-devised global education agenda known as Education 2030 proved to be one of the biggest challenges for incumbent Hassan Rouhani in Iran’s May 19 presidential election. It is not a place where the deficient, destructive and corrupt Western lifestyle can infiltrate! The UNESCO 2030 education agenda and the like are not agendas that the Islamic Republic of Iran should have to surrender and submit to.” Khamenei’s comments paved the way for Rouhani’s conservative rivals, cleric Ebrahim Raisi and Tehran Mayor Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, to attack the government, accusing it of making education “un-Islamic.” The parts of the document they criticized were gender equality — which the Principlists believe should be “gender fairness” and “gender separation” — as well as the idea of educating schoolchildren about sex and homosexuality.Just 12 days before the polls, on May 7, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei criticized Rouhani’s Cabinet for quietly adopting the measure and said, “It is the Islamic Republic here! In September 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution titled “Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” The Education 2030 agenda is one of 17 goals envisioned in this plan.Gender change operations are legal in Iran according to a fatwa - or religious ruling - pronounced by the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual leader of the 1979 Islamic revolution.
A short video, for instance, was used to show that teaching homosexuality was not mentioned anywhere in the document.
In 2014, the country's football governing body introduced random checks after it was revealed that four national team players were either men who had not completed sex change operations, or were suffering from sexual development disorders.