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A bank manager in Iran was fired for serving an exposed woman


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Since the Islamic Revolution of 1979, all women have been required by law to wear a veil that covers their heads and necks and hides their hair.

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On Sunday, local media reported that an Iranian bank manager was sacked for serving a client who did not wear the obligatory veil for women, in the context of nationwide protests.

Since the Islamic Revolution of 1979, all women have been required by law to wear a veil that covers their heads and necks and hides their hair.

“The director of a bank in Qom province, who provided banking services to an uncovered woman on Thursday, was removed from his post by order of the governor,” Mehr news agency quoted Deputy Governor Ahmad Hajzadeh as saying.

The dismissal comes amid a nationwide protest movement since the death, on September 16, of a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish girl, who was arrested three days earlier in Tehran by the morality police, who accused her of usurping the strict dress code of public decency. Islamic Republic.


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