Mullah Movahedi Kermani, Tehran’s temporary Friday prayer leader said, “The society has no duties on non-explicit sins. Improper veiling is an explicit sin and when a sin becomes explicit, everyone is responsible and everyone will be held accountable.”
“It is wrong to say the youth must be free,” he added, continuing, “Because such a mentality is followed with destructive results.” A few months ago, this criminal mullah in Tehran’s so-called Friday prayer paved the grounds for vicious assaults against women, including acid attacks.
“What have you done with these improper veiling? Are you indifferent? Why is there so much improper veiling in the society? Do you know what the meaning of this improper veiling is? Some of these ladies are not aware, while others are very aware and waging war against the revolution. They make a mockery out of this and this is the jihad of the enemies.”
(Parsine website & Radio Moaref – January 16, 2015)