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Friday, September 14, 2018

Watch: Iranian woman attacked by Sharia police officer for wearing jeans

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This is how women in Iran are treated under sharia laws.
Woman are publicly beaten by the sharia police If they violate the strict Dress Code based on sharia laws in Iran.
Women in Iran must always wear a long coat/tunic over their entire body and are required to cover their heads with a scarf. It’s the law, only for women.
Seven-thousand modesty police in Iran are tasked with the narrowly defined job of protecting against “bad hijab” and “immodest dress.” They arrest women and send them to prison for hijab infractions, like an improperly positioned headdress or a situation in which too much hair is exposed.
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