Regime Says Iranians Want Stricter Dress Code

The regime says 79% of Iranians want a stricter dress code.
(It sounds like more BS.)

The mullahs are worried that the Iranian youth are becoming too Westernized.
Fars News reported:

Meantime, a recent poll conducted by Iranian Students Polling Association (ISPA) on the Islamic dress code (Hijab) revealed that 79% of Tehranis are in favor of better Islamic attires for women.

The results also indicated that 21% of the participants believed the current female clothing is improper, while 66% others not only viewed it as improper, but also asked for preventative measures.

Also, 24% of the participants described Chador (overall clothing), 30% manteau and wimple and 25% manteau and scarf as the proper clothing for women.

The polling results further showed that 65% of Tehrani citizens believe the best way to improve the present situation regarding women’s code of dressing is education and propagation of the proper dress code culture in the society.

Related… Michael Ledeen has a great piece today at The Wall Street Journal on the Iranian Regime and Evil.

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