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Iran: Mandatory Hijab for women to be admitted to hospital

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This Mashhad hospital sign reads only women with complete Islamic hijab are admitted for treatment
This Mashhad hospital sign reads only women with complete Islamic hijab are admitted for treatment
The Vali-Asr Medical Center in Mashhad, northeast Iran, is banning women without head-to-toe chadors from entering, according to the sign posted at the gate of the hospital reported by an eyewitness in the area.
“Only patients with complete Islamic cover are allowed in this medical center,” a sign reads at the entrance gate of this medical center.
“Before entering an employee confronted me and said I am not allowed to enter the facility,” said a young woman.
Iran’s freedom-loving women are enduring all types of psychological pressures and humiliations by the mullahs’ regime, including violation of their freedom of clothing. They are continuously harassed and restricted in this regard.

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