Some 2,000 male Iranian university students turned out to protest new strict enforcement of laws against revealing clothes. The rules reportedly ban men from wearing sleeveless shirts, even inside all-male dorms. Students aren't the only ones running afoul of the law. "One foreign journalist was stopped and the police complained the photograph in her press card was indecent, even though it was taken by the Ministry of Islamic Guidance," reports the BBC.
Frightening events create openings for attacks on civil liberties.
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