“Removing the hijab is tantamount to showing hostility towards the Islamic Republic and its values,” says a senior Iranian official.
The women that violate him Islamic dress code I will are punishedIran’s judiciary chief Golamhossein Mohseni Ezei announced, the IRNA news agency reported, redrafting the relevant law after months of riots and protests met with a bloody crackdown by the Tehran regime.
“Removing the hijab is tantamount to showing hostility towards the Islamic Republic and its values. People who engage in this illegal action will be punished,” says the top Iranian official.
“With the help of the judiciary and the executive, the authorities will use all available means to deal with people who collaborate with the enemy and commit the sin that affects public order.”
On September 16, the death of Mahsa Amini while in custody for violating the Islamic dress code sparked protests across Iran, the most violent the Tehran regime has faced since the establishment of the Islamic Republic in 1979.
A heavy crackdown by Iranian authorities has stifled the protest movement in recent weeks.
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