Nouri Ghazaljeh, a member of parliament, likely faces issues regarding the hijab based on the laws of the 60s

IranGate
1 Min Read
Nouri Ghazaljeh, a member of parliament, likely faces issues regarding the hijab based on the laws of the 60s

In response to the re-implementation of the morality police by what the police force calls ‘Operation Nur’, Nouri Ghazaljeh, a member of the eleventh parliament, stated to Iran Watchdog that the police force’s reference to the hijab and chastity law in this action is not valid as this bill has not yet been passed into law.

The hijab and chastity law has not completed its legal process and is not official. Currently, this law is being tossed back and forth between the parliament and the Guardian Council. The police force may be acting based on past laws from the early 1960s and could take some discretionary actions regarding this matter.

Persian

مشاهده این مقاله به زبان فارسی

Share This Article
Every media institution, regardless of its origin or the doctrine it embraces, heralds the dawning of a new vista — a window that illuminates hidden recesses with the radiance of insight. It symbolizes the rich tapestry of perspectives that enable us to perceive and interpret our world. At the IranGate Analytical News Agency, our commitment is unwavering: to uphold the highest standards of journalistic integrity. We recognize and value the media literacy of our audience. We don't merely acknowledge it — we champion its growth, ensuring it thrives rather than diminishes. Our guiding principle resonates through every story we present: 'IranGate: Your Gateway to Enlightened Awareness.'