Iran's Regime Arrests Women for Sharing Pictures on Social Media
By Mansoureh Galestan
The Iranian regime's paramilitary Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) have carried out its latest series of arrests targeting online modeling.
The Tasnim news agency, affiliated to the terrorist IRGC Quds Force, reported Saturday that the arrests took place in Iran's central Markazi province. It did not elaborate on the number of detainees, other than to say they had been handed over to the Iranian regime's judiciary.
General Mohsen Karimi, an IRGC commander in the central city of Arak, said staff at the agencies had been arrested for “promoting vulgarity”, partly through sharing portfolio pictures of models on social media.