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Iranian champion of morality captured with his mistress without a hijab

Rostam Ghasemi is the Minister of Roads and Urban Development of Iran.

Rostam Ghasemi is the Minister of Roads and Urban Development of Iran.

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Spread on social networks photo of the Iranian minister Rostam Ghasemi, in which he poses with a woman not wearing a hijab.

The Iranian opposition notes that Ghasemi is currently one of the strictest adherents of the dress code for women in Iran.

The author of the photo, American journalist Shahed Alavi, said that the pictures were taken by him in Malaysia in 2011, two years after his wife Gasemi died. According to the photographer, next to the Iranian official is his mistress.

Now Rostam Ghasemi is the Minister of Roads and Urban Development of Iran. And in the past, he is an officer in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC); the photo was taken when he was minister of oil.

Since mid-September, Iran has been gripped by mass protests after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who was detained by an IRGC morality police patrol for wearing the wrong hijab. Amini passed away two days later. According to the official version – due to a heart attack. According to the girl’s relatives, the cause of death was a severe beating after detention.

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