Female Iranian activists staged a topless protest in Sweden on Saturday, Huffington Post has reported. Members of the Iranian Communist Party and the Organization Against Violence on Women in Iran shed their tops in a demonstration against hijabs - the traditional headscarf worn by many women in Muslim countries - Huffington Post reported citing Russia Today. The activists, who organised the rally on Facebook, protested in Sweden's capital, Stockholm. The protest was dedicated to International Women's Day, which is celebrated on March 8. According to Huffington Post, the partially nude women bore painted slogans such as "My nudity is my protest" and "No to hijab" on their chests and backs during the protest.
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Iranian women post pictures of themselves without hijabs on Facebook
Last thing you wana do is to wear the Hijaab thinking u getting rewarded for it but reality u getting cursed for it! The prophet sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam mentioned: There will be women who will be dressed but they will be naked. Their heads will be like the humps of camels. They will not enter Jannah and will not even smell the scent of Jannah while it can be smelt from a far distance. They will not enter Paradise and will not even smell its fragrance, although its fragrance can be detected from such and such a distance.
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