Iran to Clamp Down on "Women Dressed Like Models"

[Middle East Times-Egypt] Iran will next week launch an annual summer crackdown on women whose dress is deemed to be out of line with its Islamic laws, the media reported Tuesday. The deputy head of Tehran's police, Hossein Sadjedi-Nia, warned: "The police forces are going to act against women who dress up like models in town." He said the drive will also target men "who wear clothes with offensive slogans and chains with certain insignia."

2007-04-20 01:00:00

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