The hijab is worn in Islam in order to keep men from being tempted, by covering up the supposed source of what tempts them. So by cutting this elementary schoolgirl’s hair, the schoolmaster is is sexualizing not just the girl whose hair he cut, but all the little prepubescent girls in this school. It’s sick. And no one dares offend Muslims by speaking out against it. Instead, the Western mainstream media vilifies and excoriates foes of jihad terror, while welcoming the proponents of sharia in the name of diversity. Sick indeed.
The superintendent of an elementary school in Abadan, southwestern Iran, reportedly cut a girl’s hair for not properly covering it.
The incident took place on May 6, according to the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s women’s committee, at an all-girls elementary school in Abadan’s Golestanshahr district.
The superintendent used scissors and cut the girl’s hair because it had stuck out of her hijab.
The girl, identified only as Narges, then suffered from an asthma attack because of the incident and was taken to hospital.
In response to objections to such offending measure, the superintendent said, “The schoolmaster is a man and her hair sticking out could have roused him.”….
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