Mohseni Eje’i: Severe Treatment of Provocateurs to Unveil Hijab
WANA (May 4) – Mohseni Eje’i, the head of Iran’s Judiciary today, reminded again that the Islamic Republic of Iran has no intention to back out from this Sharia ruling by giving a new warning about observing the Islamic hijab: “We consider severe punishment for organized networks related to enemies in the issue of not observing hijab.”
Mohseni Eje’i believes Iran’s foes are behind some cases of indecency and unveiling in the country these days.
He asked Iran’s security organizations to identify and introduce to the court the networks that provoke non-observance of hijab. Eje’i promised the prosecutions to punish them severely.
The head of Iran’s Judiciary considered breaking the law on Islamic dress matter similar to other law-breaking cases. “Stealing and embezzlement are social violations, also not observing modesty and hijab is also a social violation.”
People without hijab are to banned from entering cinemas
WANA (May 5) – Gholami, an expert in charge of cinema affairs in South Khorasan: “To respect the law-abiding people and respect the rights of citizens, the managers of the cinemas have been emphasized to prevent the entry of people who are without a hijab or who have unveiled.” Gholami, in response to the […]