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Saturday, November 3, 2018

Watch: Muslim man threatens Iranian girl with rape as a punishment for not wearing an Islamic veil

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Women all over Iran are taking off their hijabs, despite the immense risk in doing so, while in the West “feminists” are celebrating the hijab.
Fearless Iranian woman posted this video on social media to raise awareness of women's struggle against sharia laws in Iran.
The video (embedded below) was posted with the following description:
"...This pro-regime vigilante in Iran harassed me in the street. He said women like me who don't wear hijab are a dishonorable. This is how I filmed his insults. We women of Iran have had to endure these people for 4 decades. I asked him 'Am I the one who is dishonorable or Saeed Tusi, a famous Quran preacher, who molested young kids in Iranm, but still roams free because he is connected to the regime'? #MyCameraIsMyWeapon..."
Please watch and share this video to raise awareness of the brutal persecution of women in Iran.
Women are protesting a decades-old law in Iran, requiring them to wear a hijab. Protesters have taken to the streets, sharing photos and stories without a hijab, in an effort to bring about change in what they say is a fight for their dignity.
These women knowingly risk their lives to fight against Islamic oppression.
The Western world must support these courageous women in Iran.
Sharia law is incompatible with Western values.
The list of European countries adopting Burqa and Niqab bans has gained a new member.
Countries that already had such a ban include
– France
– Belgium
– Netherlands
– Bulgaria
– Austria
– Denmark.
– Switzerland
Face-covering veils includes traditional headdresses like the burqa or nikab and other items concealing the face.
In countries that banned the full face veils it won't be allowed in schools, hospitals, inside admin buildings, on public transport and other public places or buildings.
The ban doesn’t prevent your head from being covered, just your face and identity.
Violators of tes ban could be fined up to 177 US dollars in Austria and up to €405 fine in the Netherlands.
In Muslim countries such as Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan The Islamic veil symbolizes oppression of women under Sharia laws.
There is no mention of an Islamic veil or burqa in the Koran. There are moderate Muslims who call to ban the burqa in the West.