Thursday 22 September 2022



'Head coverings were first written into law around 13th Century BC, in an ancient Assyrian text that mandated that women, daughters and widows cover their heads as a sign of piety.'

According to Deuteronomy - a bride who is found not to be a virgin on her wedding night is stoned to death.


At 22 September 2022 at 23:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's all about timing. In 2011 in Sri Lanka, hot air ballooning over Lake Kandelama we were with Iranians from Tehran. A writer, a cardiologist and his new wife who smoked and wore a tight tee shirt. None of them spoke about oppression. Iran is being made, yet again, into a hot 'enemy' topic due to the allegations by Israel that they back HAMAS. 25-27 September is the Feast of Trumpets which an Israeli news reporter has said is important this year because they are importing 5 unblemished red calves for sacrifice. This is an outdated practice therefore it appears that zealots are backing this action NOW for a special reason. The report says they believe Al-Aqsa mosque site is where King Solomon had his temple and the second temple also. They say to fulfill prophecy the third temple must be built on that site.It is ours he says, 3,000 years of history proves it. yada yada yada.. IF a False Flag occurs blaming HAMAS be forewarned. The Muslims do not need to blow their mosque up they are happy with it where it is. Only Israeli zealots would create such a situation. The Watchman on Newscast link here: Therfore this Iranian 'Symbol of oppression' stirring -
Before the revolution, when Iran was ruled by a secular king Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, many Iranian women actively wore the hijab. They did so for a variety of reasons, be it because of tradition, identity, religious expression or family pressure. However, according to Iranian poet and journalist Asieh Amini, the main problem today is that women are forced to veil, pointing out they can be lashed or imprisoned for defying Islamic dress codes.
“Unfortunately, this has led many people to hate it,” she told Euronews Culture. “Women experience so much oppression. They can't stand this domination and want their rights."

"Police say they are there to advise," Amini added. "But, in reality, every single day, in all of Iran's cities, they are controlling women's bodies, their dress, everything."


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