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I hope one day it won't matter what a woman wears.
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This time it's Whats App, which could be blocked in just a few weeks unless it complies with local regulations.
The country's Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) is considering banning Whats App in the coming weeks, probably before Ramadan, which starts on July 9.
Another example is that of Iran, where the hijab or headscarf is mandatory.Most of the time, this loose-footed garment is called an "abaya." It resembles a long overcoat and is frequently found in dark shades of blue, black, maroon, and other subdued hues.While the loose-fitted garment is compulsory, the headscarf is not mandatory.The CAC did not immediately respond to a faxed request for comment sent after office hours on Thursday.The administration also said the owner of the chat group should bear responsibility for the management of the group.