Brutal Iranian Regime Attacks US for Discrimination Against Women
In May 2007 a group of Police officers got involved in physical struggle with three girls who they questioned for their “immodesty”. According to eye witnesses, the officers were trying to arrest the girls, but because of their restraint, a few men on the scene got involved in the incident.
The women were beaten bloody.
Iran Press News (Persian) and Iranian blogger Kamangir found the clip and posted the video of the aftermath of this vicious attack by the “Modesty Police” on an unveiled Iranian women in Tehran.
Here it is:
Today the brutal Iranian regime attacked the United States for discrimination against women.
Fars News reported:
A look at the current economy and working conditions in the United States displays that a lot of disparities affect women in a uniquely negative way.
Here are a few brief examples. First, women in the United States are paid 77 cents for every man’s dollar, regardless of the fact that women now make up the majority of the work force.
…Second, under the Family and Medical Leave Act women (and men) are only given 12 weeks of parental leave and are not paid for their time out of the office. This also only applies to parents who have been employed for at least a year at companies with more than 50 employees, leaving many workers without any parental leave guarantee. In addition, few workers can afford to take off 12 weeks without a paycheck – as a national survey has found.
Lastly, US women do not have an Equal Rights Amendment which would bolster their workplace discrimination suits.