Iran: Women’s Freedom and the Morality Police

The Iranian government has brought back the Morality Police trying to re-impose hijab to the women against their will. What can we expect from this decision?

The consequences of this decision are still unknown but, what is clear is that recent protests have significantly changed and shaped the country and, the government will encounter difficulties in imposing its will.

What is the Morality Police?

The Morality Police, also known as Gasht-e- Ersh is a unit responsible for “upholding right and forbidding wrong.” Therefore, its main responsibility is that of making sure that the population acts in accordance with the agreed norms and of punishing those who do not abide by the state’s laws.

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