150,000 Iranian Women Arrested For Breaking Dress Code!


Pictures via Winston, Fars and Mehr News
Since the crackdown by the regime this past weekend, over 150,000 women have been arrested on veil charges or for wearing clothing deemed too tight.
ADN Kronos reported:

Some 150,000 women have been detained in Iran for violating strict new Islamic dress code rules, the country’s top police officer has announced. “During the first four days [since the code came into effect] we have picked up 150,000 women who were not properly veiled, but many of them were released after they signed an admission of guilt and a formal apology,” General Ismail Ahmadi Moghaddam told journalists. An unspecified number of the women taken into custody were also forced to undergo psychological counseling, Moghaddam said.

“Only 13 of these women are still being held and they will have to stand trial,” he explained.

Some prominent politicians have criticised the government and the security forces for the way the matter has been handled.

“Certain methods produce undesired results,” said Ayatollah Seyyed Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi. “Dragging women and girls to police stations for having some hair out of place, not only won’t serve to bring morality to the country, but will have very negative effects on it,” he added.

But you know what the mullahs, say

There are 3 groups of women:

The first group… he said are the women who are badly veiled who are like buses who everyone and anyone can ride.

The second group… are women who are wearing scarves without the Islamic overcoats; they are like taxis who only pick up certain passengers.

And finally, in the third group… there are women like my wife who are like donkeys who let only one person ride them!

Hat Tip Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi

Previously:
Mullah Compares Unveiled Women to Buses: “Anyone Can Ride Them”
Despite Protests Iran Begins Massive Crackdown On Women
Iran Continues Crackdown… Women’s Rights Activists Sentenced
Regime Cracks Down on Music… Top Iranian Rapper Reza Pishro Arrested! (Video)

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