A Hijab Revolution Starting in Iran?

This is an important story that needs to be followed.

A young woman who left her hair uncovered was vengefully beaten to death in Iran by the enforcers of the rules of the Religion of Cruelty.

It just may be the beginning of the end of the ayatollahs’ oppressive regime.

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The “beginning of the end” for the Ayatollah’s oppressive regime, or just the beginning of more oppression, beatings, and murders?
The last time the Iranians revolted, it didn’t end well.

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No, and it is very highly doubtful that the Biden administration will help Iranian revolutionaries.

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The protests continue. More people die.

Iranian authorities and a Kurdish rights group reported rising death tolls on Wednesday as anger at the death of a woman detained by the morality police fuelled protests for a fifth day and fresh restrictions were placed on social media.

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This incident will seriously trouble the heads of the regime.
The blood money of Mahsa Amini is the freedom of Iran.
Following this crime, people are now protesting to abolish the Irshad (guidance) patrol and discard the mandatory hijab.
But beyond this, what is the real demand of the society, which has been widely reflected in the slogans of the students, is freedom. Freedom from all the shackles of slavery that mullahs’ regime has tied on the hands and feet of Iranians.
And everyone knows the angel of freedom will not rise in this country unless the demon of religious tyranny, namely the religious dictatorship, is swept away from this country with this public anger.
Therefore, the Iranian regime should be prepared for more violent storms. What happened to Mahsa Amini is a drop of 44 years of oppression that has happened to Iranian women in the Mullahs’ dungeons.

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Did you read the interesting comments on this article?

Have you heard that the Supreme Leader is on his death bed?

Do you think that Israel will help the revolutionaries?

Maybe this time will be different… But, what does it take…oh, it takes Trump. It takes a change in government leadership.

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Yes, I read the comments. All were apt at the time I read them.
Yes, I read that the supreme tyrant of Iran is “gravely ill”.
Israel has been helping the Iranian revolutionaries for years, and they have been helping Israel.
Yes, Trump would help the Iranian people overthrow the ayatollahs.

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Good to know about Israel.

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“Elon Musk announced via Twitter on Friday [September 23, 2022] that he was activating his Starlink internet service over Iran, where protests have been escalating since the death last week of a 22-year-old woman who had been arrested [and beaten to death] by morality police for ‘unsuitable attire’. [Not wearing a hijab.] Tehran had cut off internet access for most citizens in response to the demonstrations.”

Musk requested and was granted an exemption from the sanctions against Iran.

Then with typical brevity Musk tweeted: “Activating Starlink.”

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Well, his electric cars may be useless, but with Starlink he’s definitely created something that we can all be thankful for.

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Well…if anybody can do EV right, it is Musk, and from what I hear, he does.

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She did not wear a hijab. So the “Moral Police” beat her to death.

In Islam it is immoral for women to appear in public with their hair uncovered.

But it is not immoral to beat a woman to death.

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The irrationality of religion, in a nutshell.
The punishment is worse than the “crime”, because every violation of “Gods Word” is a crime against “God”, and therefore justifies the “wrath of God”.

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As they have in the past, I unfortunately predict that the murdering mullahs will imprison and kill as many young protesters as it takes to cudgel the population into submission.

Feckless Biden and his wokebot administration, Islamo-fascist enablers, will do nothing, beyond Biden’s hissyfit on the side about human rights in his laughable UN address headlining the “Climate change catastrophe”. As did Obama.

Very sad. I have Iranian friends that thankfully escaped Khomeini’s tyranny but still have friends and relatives trapped in Iran.

I will vote for a resolute Trump or likeminded nominee, as I have before.

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Thanks for that, clockp. Your fearsome prediction is surely right.

Good to hear from you again.

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