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  1. Iran's prince in exile and the likely next Iran leader calls for released if political prisoners unjustified held on bogus charges. https://en.radiofarda.com/a/amid-coronavirus-crisis-iran-s-exiled-prince-calls-for-release-of-political-prisoners/30457837.html
  2. So you thought that the Iran islamic regime is only killing its own people and only a threat to the region but not you and you are safe? or the world just because they don't have space technology to deliver their nuclear weapons they are trying to develop? WRONG. This regime is a threat to the whole world . Read the article how the regime in Iran will harm you now (not with their nuclear weapons as yet) https://www.yahoo.com/news/iran-incompetent-response-coronavirus-threatens-215343093.html Iran’s failure to confront the health crises is not just due to the regime’s authoritarianism. China has fought the virus with authoritarian quarantining of Wuhan. Instead, it is the regime’s preexisting arrogance, conspiracy-minded behavior, and siege mentality that led to its discounting an emerging crisis and enabled Shi’ite pilgrims traveling to Qom from all over the world to continue praying together and traveling without checks, becoming incubators of the virus.
  3. Torture of political prisoners in Iran while the first vice president expressed unawareness. https://en.radiofarda.com/a/iran-first-vice-president-says-unaware-of-environmentalist-s-torture-allegations/30444079.html The environmentalist scientist was sentenced to 10 years in jail on bogus accusations and now subjected to torture and threatened with rape in islamic republic.
  4. In a sham undemocratic election for which the lowest turnout in the history of hated islamic republic reported even by the lying deceitful regime hardliners took control of a sinking regime. https://www.arabnews.com/node/1632021 Iran is experiencing a tumultuous plunge in living standards, combined with soaring prices for basic goods. During 2019 alone, the economy contracted by 9.5 percent, while inflation was estimated at 40 percent. This regime prefers to see citizens starve before even considering meaningful cuts to its bankrolling of overseas terrorism and paramilitary operations, which amount to several billion dollars every year. Indeed, financial data quoted in the currently circulating draft budget is widely assessed to be wholly disconnected from the unremittingly dire state of the regime’s finances. Widespread public disillusionment with the corrupt, incompetent leadership was recently compounded by the regime’s botched attempt to cover up the shooting down of a civilian plane packed with its own citizens. The regime has also clumsily sought to cover up a major outbreak of coronavirus, which is already causing multiple deaths, with Iran rapidly becoming the most critical vector for the epidemic outside of China. The ruthless suppression of continuous bouts of uprisings has already cost hundreds of lives. For Iranians themselves, this farcical vote abandoned all pretenses of democracy and accountability. With domestic disenchantment worsening by the day, perhaps the radicalizing consequences of these elections represent a moment of divorce between the regime and its citizenry, which are moving in fundamentally different directions. Islamic Republic is a sinking ship. Those collaborating with this murderous regime or supporting it in any way will be sinking with it and drawn in the sea of anger by Iran nation.
  5. Donald Trump wins Iran's election!!!! https://nypost.com/2020/02/21/the-winner-of-irans-latest-election-donald-j-trump/ Iran’s “supreme leader,” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, declared it the “religious and patriotic duty” of people to vote in Friday’s elections, demanding a high turnout to strike a victory over “US propaganda” that seeks “to create a division between the Islamic establishment and the people.” Oops: Looks like this is another election President Trump won. The regime may report otherwise, but all independent accounts show that Khamenei’s call — and others, like a top presidential adviser’s warning that low turnout would “please Iran’s enemies” — went over like a lead balloon. Citizen journalists tweeted pictures and videos of empty polling booths Friday; London-based news site Middle East Eye reported that government data showed only “a fifth of registered voters” showing up to cast their ballots. A correspondent for the UK paper The Independent saw “only relatively small crowds,” commenting on a “subdued and somber” mood among Iranians. It surely didn’t help that the Khamenei-controlled Council of Guardians kicked 9,000 moderate and reformist candidates off the ballot. That was apparently the only way to ensure the new Parliament didn’t back negotiations to end US sanctions over the regime’s push to build nuclear weapons. Of course, no election can change the Islamic dictatorship’s power structure — Khamenei, the unelected religious leader, ultimately pulls the strings no matter what. But this public show of no confidence may bring Iran closer to the day when the regime finally falls.
  6. Polling stations deserted on the sham parliamentary election day https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/feb/21/nothing-will-change-apathy-and-a-lack-of-queues-on-election-day-in-iran http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2020/02/22/Videos-images-of-Iran-polling-stations-show-low-voter-turnout.html as the regime of mullahs kept spread of Coronavirus hidden for long time endangering the nation of Iran and the whole world. https://irannewsupdate.com/news/socially/6880-iran-covered-up-coronavirus-to-boost-election-turnout.html enthusiasm for the parliamentary elections is likely to be the exception. By mid-afternoon there was just a smattering of people queuing to vote by the same mosque, while the nearby Tajrish bazaar was, in contrast, teeming. The mosque itself, too, seemed more attractive to mid-afternoon visitors than the chance to vote.Some people recalled the queue at the same polling booth in the equivalent election five years ago snaking back half a kilometre. At 3pm, the head of National Election Headquarters, Jamal Orfi, said around 11m votes had been cast up until then. This constitutes slightly less than 20% of all eligible voters.At 3pm, the head of National Election Headquarters, Jamal Orfi, said around 11m votes had been cast up until then. This constitutes slightly less than 20% of all eligible voters. Walking in the park with her husband and mother, a woman who gave her name as Mina said: “There is no ‘we’ in Iran There is just ‘they’, the government, the 95%. We don’t exist as a voice. Why should we participate in an election for which nothing will change?” Bijan, a 54-year-old restauranter from Neyshabur, says he comes to the park to soothe his anger about politics. “But every step I make I get more disappointed because our fathers made a huge mistake by starting the revolution of 1979. Why should we vote? I voted during the period of [former president] Khatami, but it seemed for no purpose. The mullahs may wear soft sandals, but they use them to suppress and kick us.” Mariam, 35, a fitness instructor, said: “We have lost our freedom of expression, thought and voice. Five years ago with the money I earned I could afford two holidays abroad and now it is none.” Asked about her view on the reformists, she answered: “Excuse me? What are they reforming? If you protest in this country you are shot, and they will not even tell you how many they have killed.”
  7. Popular pop star demands change and brings hope to a nation taken hostage the Iran regime. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/02/10/googoosh-iran-voice-of-hope/?arc404=true
  8. 76% of Canadians want more sanctions on Iran regime. https://en.radiofarda.com/a/poll-in-canada-shows-76-percent-support-more-sanctions-on-iran/30422742.html
  9. Iran regime police targeting hijabless mannequins!!!!!!!!!!!! https://en.radiofarda.com/a/iran-police-targeting-indecently-dressed-mannequins-in-shop-windows/30423021.html
  10. Long prison sentences for defying to wear the forced hated imposed islamic hijab by islamic republic court. https://en.radiofarda.com/a/iran-court-upholds-long-prison-sentences-of-anti-hijab-women-activists/30420949.html
  11. It is completely the reverse of what you say. The religion has all those rules but choices made by some (educated) individuals not to practice the rules or obey by it. Like divorce in Christianity strictly forbidden and now we have a situation where most of marriages in Christian countries ends up in divorce. Ask them the religion if they are not committed to a religion or strictly practicing or fanatic about the rules or believing in them they would answer no religion.
  12. The last thing I am is religious or worse fanatic. I am also as per my posts a very strong Liberal supporter. Though I am also a very reasonable person while I believe in total Women's rights, freedom of choice and equality and very hard campaigning for all them especially in regions where a certain religion suppresses them however, it is not part of a women's right to control the life and death of an entity which is no longer a part of her body. This is scientifically proven that in the last 3 months of a women's pregnancy the fetus is now a baby with a heart beat and a separate entity than a women;s body. It is NOT a women's right to kill a baby just because it happens to be in her body anymore than it is her right to kill that baby after she was born.
  13. No abortion should be allowed only when it is a fetus which scientifically proven to be the first few months and must NOT be allowed the last 3 months of pregnancy. It is a women's choice up to a point. If the women cannot make up her mind till the final 3 months when the fetus is a living baby with heartbeat then it is not her body anymore to have a control over. It is a separate entity in her body and someone else's body and life. Her baby.
  14. I agree with this but there has been also good immigrants from Middle East so we can't imposed a regional ban from that region without probing further.
  15. The religion being practiced by applicant should be added to the questionnaire. Those religion(s) forcing women what to wear, marry at 9 years, inherit less than half, allows a man have more than one wife ...... if anyone commits alliance in writing should be screened out of the immigration system.
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