Iran To 'Firmly Punish' Hijab Violators: Report
Iran to ‘firmly punish’ hijab violators: report
TEHRAN: Iran’s judiciary has ordered police to “firmly punish” people who violate the country’s hijab law, a news agency reported Tuesday, after nearly four months of deadly protests against the measures. Demonstrations have swept Iran since the September 16 death in custody of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old ethnic Kurd, after her arrest in Tehran for allegedly failing to adhere
Face Recognition Will ID Women Breaking Iran’s Hijab Laws
Wired: "After Iranian lawmakers suggested last year that face recognition should be used to police hijab law, the head of an Iranian government agency that enforces morality law said in a September interview that the technology would be used 'to identify inappropriate and unusual movements,' includi
Iran: Women without a veil to be punished
Iran's judiciary has ordered police to harshly punish people who violate the country's laws on wearing the hijab, reports the partly state news agency Mehr. The message comes after close to four months of protests around the country following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in morality police custody. She had been arrested because her clothes were not considered...