Iran is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor.Accurate information on human trafficking in Iran is difficult to obtain.

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In 1996, the Penal Law was reformed and the punishment of bad hijabi was reduced to prison (from ten days to four months) and/or a fine (from 50,000 to 500000 Rials).

More than Iran's enemies need artillery, guns and so forth, they need to spread their anti-culture that leads to moral corruption.

Press TV said it had contacted the deputy head of the U. Interest Section in Tehran, Elizabeth Bucher, but she would not comment on the report. The United States and Iran have not had full diplomatic relations since the 1979 Islamic revolution.

The suspect is a Swiss diplomat who represents the United States in Iran in the absence of a U.

However, women may also fulfill the government requirements for modest dress by wearing a combination of a headscarf and manteau. Like women, men are not allowed to exhibit their legs or upper torso.

Although wearing ties or bow-ties is not prohibited, since they are considered signs of western influence, they are not acceptable as an official norm. When Ruhollah Khomeini called for women to attend public demonstration and ignore the night curfew, millions of women who would otherwise not have dreamt of leaving their homes without their husbands' and fathers' permission or presence, took to the streets.Khomeini's call to rise up against Mohammad Reza Shah took away any doubt in the minds of many devoted Muslim women about the propriety of taking to the streets during the day or at night.TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) -- A Swiss diplomat was released from jail Thursday after being arrested on a sex charge, the Iranian media reported. Police spotted the car with diplomatic plates in a parking lot and caught the diplomat. Interests section of the Swiss Embassy in Tehran had been in an "indecent sexual relation" with an Iranian woman in his car, Iran's Press TV reported, citing Iranian police.His comments appeared to lend support to a recent wave of arrests of pro-Western writers and journalists, which hard-liners in the judiciary and security services have said is necessary to prevent Western infiltration.