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 Topic: Is Iran/Persia going to burn again & go back to 1979??

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  • Is Iran/Persia going to burn again & go back to 1979??
     Reply #210 - November 24, 2022, 11:22 AM
  • Is Iran/Persia going to burn again & go back to 1979??
     Reply #211 - November 24, 2022, 12:33 PM

    well there is no one to Question what Maryam saying there

    so this is better.

    Apparently THIS IDIOT is Ex-Christian..

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
  • Is Iran/Persia going to burn again & go back to 1979??
     Reply #212 - December 30, 2022, 08:08 AM

    This week on International Horizons, John Torpey talks with Ali Ansari about the protests in Iran, their ideological basis, and the interplay between state and religion in the desires of the population. Moreover, Ansari discusses the reasons why Iran supports Russia in the war on Ukraine, and how this support has boosted the attention on the protests, converting them into a transnational phenomenon.

  • Is Iran/Persia going to burn again & go back to 1979??
     Reply #213 - October 06, 2023, 05:12 AM

    Narges Mohammadi gets the Nobel peace prize.
  • Is Iran/Persia going to burn again & go back to 1979??
     Reply #214 - Yesterday at 11:23 AM
    Activists in Iran have said there is little mood to mourn the death of the country's president, Ebrahim Raisi, who was killed in a helicopter crash near the border with Azerbaijan on Sunday.

    Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, announced a five-day public mourning period after the deaths of Raisi, the foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and other passengers on the helicopter. However, Iranians who spoke to the Guardian have refused to lament the death of a man who they say was responsible for hundreds of deaths in his four-decade political career.
    Hours before Raisi's death was confirmed by state media, videos circulated on Telegram showing celebratory fireworks, one of them from Amini's hometown of Saqqez.
    Speaking of the president's death, a family member of a teenager killed by security forces during the Mahsa Amini protests said: "Raisi's soul will never rest in peace because he killed my brother and the children of my homeland. He was a murderer who ordered the killing of so many children. My brother's soul will rest in peace only when others like him are brought to justice. Until then, in God, we believe."

    Among those killed during the protests was also Minoo Majidi, a 62-year-old mother who was shot at close range by security forces with more than 160 pellets. Her daughters shared a video of them cheering to the news of the missing helicopter.

    Majidi's daughter Mahsa said: "We are happy because they were murderers. Raisi ordered the killing of my mother and his minister denied our martyrs. I know it is not right to be happy about the death of a person, but they were not human. Congratulations to all the victims' families and people of Iran. Zan, Zendegi, Azadi [Woman, Life, Freedom]."
    A Tehran-based reporter said: "Many military agents have been stationed in the streets and even small squares since last night. The police have repeatedly warned that people who are happy about the death of the president will be prosecuted. People were lighting fireworks, listening and dancing to music, and those in the traffic kept honking in solidarity with those celebrating.

    "The mourning period will see some arrests because people are in no mood to mourn and won't follow the orders. The surrounding mood is nowhere close to sorrow, and people hope others will meet a similar fate."

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