- AFP via Yahoo! NewsSep 16 08:03 AM
A Tehran court has fined two women $260 for violating the Islamic dress code by not wearing their mandatory hijabs (headscarves) properly in the street, a judicial official was quoted Wednesday as saying. In some rich neighbourhoods of northern Tehran, a city of 12 million, it is not uncommon to see women's scarves around their shoulders. Many young women also wear tight clothes and short coats.
- Outlook IndiaOct 06 10:12 AM
In a move aimed at enhancing respect for the teaching community, a government high school in Peraiyur district here has introduced dress code for teachers.
- Al BawabaSep 17 02:14 AM
A Tehran court has fined two women $260 for violating the Islamic dress code by not wearing their mandatory hijabs (headscarves) properly in the street, a judicial official was quoted Wednesday as saying.
- العربي الجديدSep 17 05:41 AM
A Tehran court has fined two women for 'violating the Islamic dress code' resurrecting the debate over women's rights in the Islamic Republic.
- Malaysian DigestSep 16 05:33 AM
TEHRAN — A Tehran court has fined two women US$260 (RM1,100) for violating the Islamic dress code by not wearing their mandatory hijabs (headscarves) properly in the street, a judicial official was quoted today as saying.
- International Business Times via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsSep 16 12:32 PM
Two Iranian women have been fined for wearing 'bad hijabs' in public, according to a judicial official on 16 September. The women were each charged with a £169 fine for violating the mandatory Islamic dress code in Iran. Despite moderate President Hassan Rouhani's social reforms since coming to power, presence of women in the public remains controlled by the conservative regime.
- Middle East OnlineSep 16 05:04 AM
No details are given on what women have done wrong to warrant fine, which is equivalent to monthly minimum wage. When will conservatives stop interfering in people’s private lives?
- Strategy PageSep 16 02:35 AM
September 16, 2015: While the government still talks about destroying Israel and dominating the Sunni Arabs, the ruling clerics are also acknowledging problems closer to home (and the lives of most Iranians) like unemployment, inflation, water shortages, drug addiction and “loose morals.”
- Daily TelegraphSep 16 06:03 AM
Women must wear the loose hijab, which covers the hair and neck, but no details were given about what made their headscarves 'improper'
- Outlook IndiaSep 13 12:52 AM
Prominent Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Sadiq was allegedly denied entry to Mahomed Bagh (MB) here for not following dress code, prompting UP Governor Ram Naik to seek an explanation from the club authorities today.
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