Competitor Elnaz Rekabi, who contended without a hijab, gets back to Iran

Iranian climber Elnaz Rekabi got a legend's invite on her re-visitation of Tehran early Wednesday

subsequent to contending in South Korea without wearing an obligatory headscarf expected of female competitors from the Islamic Republic.

Rekabi's choice not to wear the hijab while contending Sunday comes as fights started by the Sept.

16 demise in guardianship of a 22-year-elderly person have entered a fifth week

Also, her demise has seen ladies eliminating their compulsory hijabs in broad daylight.

The shows, drawing young kids, oil laborers and others to the road in north of 100 urban communities,

Address the most-serious test to Iran's religious government since the mass fights encompassing its contested 2009 official political race.

Allies and Farsi-language media beyond Iran have stressed over Rekabi's security after she decide to contend without the hijab.