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Monday, April 30, 2007

Woman, Put Some Clothes On!

Oh, that wacky and crazy Iranian Gubberment that the Liberals so love to love and fantasize over is taking drastic action over the "loose" dress code interpretation in their country of some Iranian women. BBC: (bolding mine)

    Thousands of Iranian women have been cautioned over their poor Islamic dress this week and several hundred arrested in the capital Tehran in the most fierce crackdown on what's known as "bad hijab" for more than a decade.

    It is the talk of the town. The latest police crackdown on Islamic dress has angered many Iranians - male, female, young and old.


    Police cars are stationed outside major shopping centres in Tehran.

    They are stopping pedestrians and even cars - warning female drivers not to show any hair - and impounding the vehicles and arresting the women if they argue back.

    Middle-aged women, foreign tourists and journalists have all been harassed, not just the young and fashionably dressed.


    Overnight the standard of what is acceptable dress has slipped back.

    Hard-won freedoms - like the right to wear a colourful headscarf - have been snatched away.

    It may sound trivial but Iranian women have found ways of expressing their individuality and returning to drab colours like black, grey and dark blue is not something they will accept easily.


    At the start of every summer the police say they will enforce the Islamic dress code, but this year has been unusually harsh.

    Thousands of women have been cautioned by police over their dress, some have been obliged to sign statements that they will do better in the future, and some face court cases against them.


    [A BBC] cameraman was detained when he tried to film the police at work and the government denied us permission to go on patrol with the police.


    Boutique owners are furious. Some shops have been sealed - others warned not to sell tight revealing clothing.

    One shopkeeper selling evening dresses told us the moral police had ordered him to saw off the breasts of his mannequins because they were too revealing.

    He said he wasn't the only shop to receive this strange instruction.

It's both odd and mysterious (not really) at how Liberal Militant Feminists - politicians and pundits alike - don't seem to be bothered enough by this oppression of Iranian women and how they are being told to dress. Why, if women are being oppressed in any way or shape anywhere around the world, we usually hear their loud protestations of it. I wonder why they are so quiet on this issue, or if perhaps they've been told to be quiet on this issue. You know, just like they kept their mouths shut over the sexual escapades and allegations of rape made about Bubba Clinton.

I'm almost certain that if Nanny Pelosi would "talk with" the Iranian Government she could convince them that compromising the dress code of their religion is a good thing to do and a step forward (for Democrats) in appeasing countries that sponsor terrorism.

Nanny Pelosi wouldn't need all those botox injections if she would simply wear a hijab!


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