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Photos: Morality Police crack down in Tehran

Photos by Mehdi Ghasemi and Alireza Sotakbar, ISNA

In June 2008, Iran's Morality Police began a new phase in their campaign against Western-style clothing and hairstyles. Women are being arrested if their headscarves do not fully cover their hair or their clothes show their figures too clearly. (read report by BBC). Following photos are from the enforcement of the morality laws in the capital city Tehran.


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