Crackdown to enforce Islamic dress code

epa02780811 (FILE) A file picture dated 23 April 2007, shows Iranian policemen warn women about their clothing and hairstyle, during a crackdown to enforce Islamic dress code in Tehran, Iran. A large number of women and men were temporarily arrested after Tehran police started intensifying a crackdown on women and men over the Islamic dress code, eye-witnesses from several parts of the capital said, in Tehran, Iran, 15 June 2011. In several squares of the capital, police and vice-units stopped women for their alleged un-Islamic outfits and many were transferred to police stations for temporary detainment, witnesses said. Iranian police has several times warned confronting women, dressed ‘contrary to Islamic norms’ such as wearing Bermuda-style pants, tight coats, loose scarves and no socks. All women in Iran including foreigners are obliged to respect the Islamic dress code of contour-hiding gowns or long coats and headscarves. EPA/ABEDIN TAHERKENAREH

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