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  1. The only solution is government reformation, accepting the rights of each individual, or else there will be no end to protests. In Iran, the government is now sending out special forces to kill people, terrorize people, also to prevent people from burning. The government is also planning on blocking water supply. I recommend if you have a friend or a relative in Iran. Please call them, please email them. It is very tragic, people shouldn't damage properties of other commoners. But they should only target government officials' properties. They are rich and powerful. When we attacked properties of rich people in NYC especially luxury stores, Donny was under pressure as his rich friends were losing wealth and Donny started losing support. Then he had to listen, apologize, and take right actions.
  2. When voices are unheard, a common man transitions from a peaceful protestor to a rebel. Do you really think there can be peaceful protests when police uses batons to beat people? What is there for people to do? Walk away, go home? Or fight back. I don't like violent methods either. Burning public property, and ambulances are all bad things. But when police use ambulances, and other methods to force protestors to go back home. Why can't these protestors fight back?
  3. In my extended family, most people pray and fast and do azadari. But some people wear hejab, most women don't wear hejab although they love their religion. But there is no force. How is the situation in your circle? Do all women in your family wear hejab? Are they forced to wear hejab? Are they religious? I find morality police more disgusting than a swine. We pray we fast, and we do azadari out of our love for our religion. If anyone tries to govern us, we would rebel. Would you rebel? If someone doesn't like to wear hejab. Is it right to force them to follow? لا إِكراهَ فِي الدّينِ ۖ قَد تَبَيَّنَ الرُّشدُ مِنَ الغَيِّ ۚ فَمَن يَكفُر بِالطّاغوتِ وَيُؤمِن بِاللَّهِ فَقَدِ استَمسَكَ بِالعُروَةِ الوُثقىٰ لَا انفِصامَ لَها ۗ وَاللَّهُ سَميعٌ عَليمٌ TRANSLITERATION lā ʾikrāha fī d-dīni qad tabayyana r-rushdu mina l-ghayyi fa-man yakfur bi-ṭ-ṭāghūti wa-yuʾmin bi-llāhi fa-qadi stamsaka bi-l-ʿurwati l-wuthqā lā nfiṣāma lahā wa-llāhu samīʿun ʿalīmun-i TRANSLATION There is no compulsion in religion: rectitude has become distinct from error. So one who disavows the Rebels (1 )and has faith in Allah has held fast to the firmest handle for which there is no breaking; and Allah is all-hearing, all-knowing. 1: The word ṭāghūt has been said to refer to Satan (also called the ‘rebel angel’ and ‘rebel against God’), idol, soothsayer, magician, rebellious humans and jinn, and the carnal soul. Cf. 4:51, 60, 76; 5:60; 16:36.
  4. Looking at life, the modern time period, and technology. I feel we are more easily controlled by government today than ever before. When I think of tragedies, I feel I cannot contribute to any revolution today.
  5. I really don't want to attribute. But do you know that morality police is brutal? If Iranian government had taken actions against the morality police many years ago, this incident and many others similar habitual monthly yearly incidents wouldn't take place. The continuous support for the morality police, denying torture of a poor girl, making a false medical history of her - all of these facts reveal something else. May God avenge her blood. In our world we don't stop wearing black clothes, if someone is killed unjustly until there is avenge. May God help.
  6. Salam my brother, They didn't even let her father investigate her wounds. Just wrapped her in kaffan and sent her to the moon. It doesn't work like that. You cannot hand a father his child's body and force him to bury her without questioning, without investigating, without proper funeral. How tragic what they tried to do but thanks to the Iranian people, the fight will go on.
  7. Salam sister, Wow, so you are saying if somebody kills another person's child. The father of the child should remain calm when he is shown his child's body wrapped up like a bean burrito. Don't you think the father would look at every wound given to his child? Or do you think he should just totally take it easy and bury his child without thinking much? I remember Maqtal, when Hazrat Ali Akbar was dying, Imam Hussain was in so much pain as he inspected his wounds and cried to skies on the tragedy. I am shocked as admin; you hold such a view. The state sponsored terrorist organization killed her, and you support it. May Allah punish the evil morality police. "When he viewed his daughter’s body leading up to her funeral it was entirely wrapped except for her feet and face – though he noticed bruising on her feet. “I have no idea what they did to her,” he said." The authorities couldn't put makeup on her feet to hide that part too. May God help those who avenge her blood.
  8. May Allah help you. Parents can be harsh. But you should be thankful that your brother is with you. Try not to think negative, and move on in life. Once you are victorious, all these troubles will be over. So go on, you have a blessed life. Be happy!
  9. Right? And if she doesn't wear, then she should be killed. So why haven't we killed all the women who don't wear it?
  10. Wow, this is like modern day Mokhtarnameh Please watch this video and please watch more videos on twitter.
  11. I am against violence and these western puppets who have their own agendas. But the undeniable truth of morality police's brutality cannot be ignored. The frustration is towards the entire system which supports violence thus they allow morality police to do so. When police arrests people and beat them and bruise them, to correct their behavior, their improper hejab. Everything is considered okay. However, when a good citizen uses the same violent method to confront the vicious government puppet, the morality police. Then, we are ought to question, who are these "bad protestors" ? why are they using violent methods? Why does all civil code come to your mind for civilians? why not for the police?
  12. Brother please don't forget that police uses ambulance to arrest people, to get into areas where a lot of people are protesting. An hour ago, I called my friend in Tehran, to get his statement. Probably some people are misusing this protests for their personal hate and agendas. But majority just wants a change, a change that brings comfort for themselves and for their generations. Please don't try to hide the brutality of this morality police. Injustice is not divided like we are, it happens to all people.
  13. “They’re lying. They’re telling lies. Everything is a lie … no matter how much I begged, they wouldn’t let me see my daughter,” Amjad Amini told BBC Persia on Wednesday. When he viewed his daughter’s body leading up to her funeral it was entirely wrapped except for her feet and face – though he noticed bruising on her feet. “I have no idea what they did to her,” he said. CNN could not independently verify his account with hospital officials. How crazy? They didn't even let the father give her ghusl. How crazy is this? https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/22/middleeast/iran-protests-mahsa-amini-father-internet-blackout-intl-hnk
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