How to GENTLY impose Islamic rule on Iranian Society
What is written on the white-board behind the chief of Tehran’s Law Enforcement Forces, revolutionary guard commander Talaii (in larger black font) is translated in Red below (the text in black is commentary):
The caption, in the bottom of the photo reads: The head of the police force of Tehran said: "The Irshad (guidance) Patrols should not treat people with an antagonistice approach."
- "If you see women with thick lipstick, don't use a razor blade to slash their faces (as has been permissible and very much done by the disciplinary forces patrolling the cities), use Kleenex".
- "If you see too much makeup on women's faces, don't spray their faces with acid (as has been permissible and very much done by the disciplinary forces patrolling the cities), use rosewater."
- "If women are wearing too short of a dress, give them a free chador (veil)."
- "If their scarves is too short, don't use the slogan of: "yaa roo sari, yaa too sari" (which means "either wear a scarf, or get smacked on the head"...this has been one of the regime's most disgusting comments to Iranians women since the very early days of the revolution).
- "Either cover their entire hair or gently cut their hair off."
This is their attempt at a kinder, gentler Mullacracy!