Libya: ISIS imposes strict rules of attire in Sirte

Forbids 'masculine items or items worn by faithless women'

15 July, 15:50

    Isis fighters in Sirte Isis fighters in Sirte

    (ANSAmed) - CAIRO, JULY 15 - The Islamic State (ISIS), which has strengthened its presence in Libya, has laid down stricter rules for women's clothing. Local media sites say that the jihadists have put up a billboard with a list of seven rules, accompanied by a photo of a woman wearing a black, full Islamic veil. The rules include a prohibition on transparent, tight, namebrand and revealing clothing, as well as an order to ''not wear masculine items or items worn by faithless women'' and to avoid perfumed clothing and those with attention-attracting designs. (ANSAmed).

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