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Post Reply Iranians protesting government policies and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
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Posted 1/12/18 , edited 1/12/18
Just save what you can, and destroy it.

You will do the world soo much good

Terrorism What a joke. Are people still acting like children? What year is it 2018? Still treating people like slaves, honestly. You know a bloodline needs to die out when we are still talking about it to this day.

But yet they are so quick to defend it when in another country to use it as a defence mechanism to move up our ranks honestly, you won't even know they were there.... just saying Trump, I mean, I'm not trying to specifically say anything over the top, but you know..... *cough*
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Posted 2/5/18 , edited 2/6/18
Keep up the fight Iranian women. Don't let them keep you oppressed because of the Koran says you are only worth half a man. Us conservatives support you even if the feminists won't.

29 women have been arrested in the Iranian capital of Tehran for violating its compulsory headscarf decree, according to Iranian media.

The arrests come in light of protests against the hijab which have been occurring over the past few weeks. Iranian feminists have been pictured removing their hijabs in public and holding them up on sticks as a mark of defiance, uploading pictures or videos of them doing so on social media.

Women in Iran have been protesting against the mandatory hijab since the law was introduced in 1979 after the Iranian revolution.

Iran’s prosecutor general Mohammad Jafar Montazeri rejected this viewpoint, calling the protests “childish,” instigated “from outside the country,” and “emotionally charged.”

Iranian-American analyst Holly Dagres, however, told Al Jazeera that the Iranian authorities are aware that more than half the population opposes wearing the hijab, saying, “it’s evident by the fact that the morality police are on constant patrol of the streets of major cities like Tehran. Authorities know that if they don’t crack down, Iranian women will continue to test the boundaries of what they can and cannot wear.”

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