Women entering a Christian church in Iran were hassled if they were not wearing a hijab, which is required in public places in Iran.
Women who were entering the Orthodox Christian Holy Savior Cathedral in Isfahan were told by Iran’s “morality police” that they had to wear Islamic veils.
While some women complied, others removed their veils in an act of defiance and protest. Many specifically took issue with being forced to wear the veils at a Christian place of worship, which does not ascribe to Islamic laws of modesty.
Iran’s “morality police” are often brutal in their enforcement of these modesty laws, according to Heatstreet. Women who break the laws are sometimes arrested or even beaten…. read more
lhwm opinion: This is what America and other countries are embracing. The Islam way of things and life. Did you read the part where they beat you or arrest you if you do not follow their rules. What is America thinking? We now have T.V. shows, commercials, schools, work place and movies that are pushing this lifestyle and their culture. This is the truth about this culture,