Iran's Answer to Yellow Stars
Reader Clay Young passes along news that Iran is filching a play from the Nazi playbook:
Iran's parliament passed a new law this week that would force the country's Jews, Christians and other religious minorities to wear color-coded ID badges.
Iranian expatriates confirmed reports the Iranian parliament, or majlis, has approved a law that would require non-Muslims to adhere to a dress code which mandates they wear "standard Islamic garments," according to Canada's National Post.
The roughly 25,000 Jews living in the Islamic Republic would have to attach a yellow strip of cloth to their clothing, Christians would wear red badges and Zoroastrians would wear blue ones.
Whole revolting thing here.
Update (May 20): Turns out the story isn't true. The skinny is here.