An Iranian woman laughs as she walks at the northern rich area of Tehran, 13 July 2004. A fresh crackdown by Iranian police targeting insufficiently veiled women has prompted a serious debate within the Islamic republic's now-dominant conservatives over how to tackle what they see as an erosion of Islamic values. Police have been carrying out a series of operations, rounding up large numbers of young women sporting flimsy headscarves, three-quarter length trousers and shape-revealing coats. Witnesses said the detainees, picked up in parks, fast food restaurants or from sidewalks, were subjected to lessons on morality before being freed.  AFP PHOTO/Behrouz MEHRI        (Photo credit should read BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)