(Video) Iran’s Oppressive Chastity and Hijab Law Strips Women’s Rights – World News ReportPosted by MMP News AuthorOn June 4, 2023
The NCRI Women’s Committee urges all human rights defenders, women’s rights organizations, and advocates to write this statement and support the Iranian women’s struggle for freedom and equality. The mullah’s mandatory Hijab is equated with “nudity” in the Law.
In recent weeks, authorities have intensified their enforcement of hijab rules, leading to the closure of businesses, restaurants, cafes, and, in some cases, pharmacies due to owners or managers failing to comply. Resistance against the compulsory hijab is growing.
In the case of partial nudity of the body or wearing thin, transparent, or tight clothes in public or public places or the virtual space, the perpetrator will be subject to fines equivalent to the maximum monetary penalty of the seventh degree.
Article 8: “No one has the right to commit criminal acts such as insulting, slandering, threatening, assaulting, or violating the privacy of women who do not observe the hijab under the pretext of “promoting virtue or prohibiting vice!!”
In 1987 (NCRI) adopted a plan for the rights and freedoms of women in Iran. In March 2010, Maryam Rajavi presented the perspectives of the Iranian Resistance in this respect during a meeting held at the European Parliament titled “Women Pioneer Democratic Change.
After eight months of deliberation, the Iranian Judiciary passed the bill on Chastity and…