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Melech   Paws Up 7,747
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An Iranian woman says she has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for removing her compulsory Islamic headscarf out of protest.

Shaparak Shajarizadeh said she had been jailed for "opposing the compulsory hijab" and "waving a white flag of peace in the street" in a post on her personal website.

There was no immediate comment from Iranian officials.

A spokesperson for the Iranian embassy in London could not confirm the claim, and directed The Independent to Iranian judicial sources, who have been contacted for comment.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-woman-hijab-protest-arrest-jailed-prison-shapark-shajarizadeh-headscarf-white-wednesdays-a8439816.html

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Morphine Prince   Paws Up 44,935
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Women in the ME jailed for NOT wearing something

Women in the West fined for WEARING something 

Women have taken and continue to take so much ****, **** our society 

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Blond   Paws Up 4,435
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18 minutes ago, Morphine Prince said:

Women in the ME jailed for NOT wearing something

Women in the West fined for WEARING something 

Women have taken and continue to take so much ****, **** our society 

When you see majority of women wearing hijabs in Paris ... :awkney:

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Skrill   Paws Up 4,179
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Lmao religion of peace and love isn't it.

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 August Blue   Paws Up 8,138
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3 minutes ago, Blond said:

When you see majority of women wearing hijabs in Paris ... :awkney:

Why do women in hijab bother you...? :awkney:

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Blond   Paws Up 4,435
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1 minute ago, August Blue said:

Why do women in hijab bother you...? :awkney:

I went to Paris,not Tehran or any other middle eastern city :nooo:

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Florian   Paws Up 8,595
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5 minutes ago, Blond said:

I went to Paris,not Tehran or any other middle eastern city :nooo:

And?

Welcome in France, a country where you're free to wear a hijab if you want to.

Thanks for your tourist money I guess :awkney: 

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10 minutes ago, Blond said:

I went to Paris,not Tehran or any other middle eastern city :nooo:

Are you also bothered by the black people living in France? After all you went to France not some african country...

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15 minutes ago, Blond said:

When you see majority of women wearing hijabs in Paris ... :awkney:

Shouldn’t you be happy that someone is buying **** and helping your economy? :awkney: 

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Blond   Paws Up 4,435
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13 minutes ago, Florian said:

And?

Welcome in France, a country where you're free to wear a hijab if you want to.

Thanks for your tourist money and don't come back :hug: 

First of all.

A)

I do agree people should be allowed to wear whatever they want in public (as long as they're not naked)

B)

I do not agree Paris should be bombarded with people wearing hijabs,just as I wouldn't like people here in the city i'm currently living to make majority and wear traditional veils of my own ethnicity.It's just unnecessary and really makes city completely different culturally.

C)

My friends that are from Iran,Syria and UAE also agree they wouldn't like to see this kind of view in european cities.It isn't country's tradition :/

D)

Honey,I merely care to write this on GGD,let alone criticize people irl for this.I'm just expressing what i think is wrong.So you being pressed and angry that someone else has different opinion is really...dumb and ignorant to say the least

E) What's your opinion on burqas ban then?Is France really open about it? Hmm

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Blond   Paws Up 4,435
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I'm 15 years old and have yet to think about life.Simply dissing me is really unhealthy :green:

At least prove me wrong,don't have to make my life hell just because i have different opinion.

Is this what GGD is turning to?

9 minutes ago, Azor Ahai said:

Are you also bothered by the black people living in France? After all you went to France not some african country...

Black people aren't clothing...

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9 minutes ago, Blond said:

First of all.

A)

I do agree people should be allowed to wear whatever they want in public (as long as they're not naked)

B)

I do not agree Paris should be bombarded with people wearing hijabs,just as I wouldn't like people here in the city i'm currently living to make majority and wear traditional veils of my own ethnicity.It'st unnecessary and really makes city completely different culturally.

C)

My friends that are from Iran,Syria and UAE also agree they wouldn't like to see this kind of view in european cities.It isn't country's tradition :/

D)

Honey,I merely care to write this on GGD,let alone criticize people irl for this.I'm just expressing what i think is wrong.So you being pressed and angry that someone else has different opinion is really...dumb and ignorant to say the least

E) What's your opinion on burqas ban then?Is France really open about it? Hmm

A & B are contradictory. If you do agree everyone should wear whatever they want why do you care if it changes your idea of Paris' culture? Cultures change all the time, you won't see lions eating christians in Rome either...

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Blond   Paws Up 4,435
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1 minute ago, Azor Ahai said:

A & B are contradictory. If you do agree everyone should wear whatever they want why do you care if it changes your idea of Paris' culture? Cultures change all the time, you won't see lions eating christians in Rome either...

I do agree everyone should wear whatever they want AS LONG as they don't bombard the city with it :green:

Some traditions should be kept,that's what makes country a country

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Blond   Paws Up 4,435
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@Melech I'd really like to hear you about this.Could you read my posts on here?

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LoisLilMonster   Paws Up 4,622
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31 minutes ago, Blond said:

I do agree everyone should wear whatever they want AS LONG as they don't bombard the city with it :green:

Some traditions should be kept,that's what makes country a country

Culture evolves and changes with time, that's just how it works. When you talk about Paris' culture you're refering to centuries of mixture of different cultures that led to your current view of the French culture

Caring about culture doesn't mean you have to prevent it from evolving. What's wrong imo is when one culture is imposed by a government or a group of people over another one but as long as it is a pacific, natural blend I'm here for it:)

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