Iranian Women Are Under Digital Watch For Hijab Compliance
i24 News, a Tel Aviv-based international news organization, reported that the Iranian government is installing cameras in a growing number of public spaces to enforce the law that women must wear a hijab.
Iran’s police chief made a statement, loosely translated by i24 News as follows:
“With the use of advanced technology and equipment, the person is identified. She will be warned. Then, that person will be introduced into the judicial system with documents to deal with the issue.
Businesses that do not abide by the hijab law will be warned first, then they will receive a warning of being closed, and then they will be closed. This warning includes halls, restaurants, and large shopping centers”
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