عنوان مقاله [English]
This article is the result of a qualitative research and in-depth interview technique that explains the heartache and words of the wives of the glorious disabled veterans of the Islamic Revolution, the wives who are struggling with social and legal hardships and still patiently endure great difficulties. The statistical sample includes 117 spouses of disabled veterans living in Valfajr Town, located in the 15th district of Tehran that the interviews with 15 of them led to theoretical saturation. The results show that very few laws on the rights of disabled veterans' wives have been enacted within the general framework of rules and regulations concerning the affairs of veterans, and many of these legislative texts and legal components in terms of quality and executive guarantee have not had positive effects on the realization of the rights of disabled veterans' wives. In other words, the rights related to the spouses of veterans are not commensurate with the special circumstances of this group. Also, other problem and inadequacy is ignoring the rights of disabled veterans' spouses in the social sphere, personal status, and even marital relationship.