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Female soccer fan self-immolates in Iran

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aztek

 maybe if women rights group, and SJW actually were where they're needed, maybe she wouldn't have to kill herself, and females would be allowed to watch games.  why aren't they in iran protesting????   this death is on their hands, they failed her.

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Farmer77
4 minutes ago, aztek said:

 maybe if women rights group, and SJW actually were where they're needed, maybe she wouldn't have to kill herself, and females would be allowed to watch games.  why aren't they in iran protesting????   this death is on their hands, they failed her.

Nah its on Trump's heads. They cant be there to help because of the sanctions. :D

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OverSword

I feel sorry for any woman living in a nation that bases it's laws on sharia.  

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1 hour ago, Farmer77 said:

Nah its on Trump's heads. They cant be there to help because of the sanctions. :D

All is well... 'cause- "out there on the perimeter, you iz STONED IMMACULATE :w00t:

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Hankenhunter
12 minutes ago, and then said:

All is well... 'cause- "out there on the perimeter, you iz STONED IMMACULATE :w00t:

That emote suits your posting style. Constantly outraged with a large dollop of misinformed opinions. 

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23 minutes ago, Hankenhunter said:

That emote suits your posting style. Constantly outraged with a large dollop of misinformed opinions. 

I love you too man...

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odas
37 minutes ago, Hankenhunter said:

That emote suits your posting style. Constantly outraged with a large dollop of misinformed opinions. 

Well, aztek made a very good point. And AT is out off his pills again so forgive him.

Sucks that women are treated that way. I always say the radical religious have no place in any society, ANY religious nutcase.

So sorry for the young women.

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Black Red Devil

Crazy extremist Govts and the innocent commoners are always the ones to pay. 

 

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Black Red Devil
1 minute ago, odas said:

Well, aztek made a very good point. And AT is out off his pills again so forgive him.

Sucks that women are treated that way. I always say the radical religious have no place in any society, ANY religious nutcase.

So sorry for the young women.

It's not only the radical religious.  Picture this, the world is currently dominated by three superpowers.  Two are full blown murderous dictatorships and the third is led by a rich and spolied, self centred hypocrite who has total disregard for anyone that doesn't fit the elites profile.  Most suck hole countries in the world bow their heads and lower their panties to the desires of these three amigos.  Then you have the two energy power sources of the 21st century run by extreme religious nutjobs who force their population (and their surrounding allies) to believe in something written 1400 years ago for political interests.

I blame it on the Greeks for inventing politics in the first place. :P

 

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Gwynbleidd
4 hours ago, aztek said:

maybe if women rights group, and SJW actually were where they're needed, maybe she wouldn't have to kill herself, and females would be allowed to watch games.  why aren't they in iran protesting????

no protesting is allowed. :(  But yeah I know what you mean.  She must've felt that football game was worth dying for though. :( 

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glorybebe

Or how bad the prison system is, was she worried about a fate worse than death?  Would she have cone out prison unscathed?

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Gwynbleidd
Just now, glorybebe said:

Or how bad the prison system is, was she worried about a fate worse than death?  Would she have cone out prison unscathed?

She probably would've been thrown in prison which would be absolutely hell in itself or perhaps stoned to death.  It's so awful over there. :( 

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Captain Risky
1 hour ago, Gwynbleidd said:

no protesting is allowed. :(  But yeah I know what you mean.  She must've felt that football game was worth dying for though. :( 

Really sad. Maybe she had other problems and the football was the catalyst. Either way religious societies are just wrong.

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Black Red Devil
5 hours ago, glorybebe said:

Or how bad the prison system is, was she worried about a fate worse than death?  Would she have cone out prison unscathed?

I quoted the below in another thread:

So this is what Iran is guilty of according to Human Rights (NGO's, UN..) link

The state of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran has been criticized both by Iranians and international human right activists, writers, and NGOs. The United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Commission[1] have condemned prior and ongoing abuses in Iran in published critiques and several resolutions. The government of Iran is criticized both for restrictions and punishments that follow the Islamic Republic's constitution and law, and for actions by state actors that do not, such as the torture, rape, and killing of political prisoners, and the beatings and killings of dissidents and other civilians.[2] Capital punishment in Iran remains a matter of international concern.

Restrictions and punishments in the Islamic Republic of Iran which violate international human rights norms include harsh penalties for crimes, punishment of victimless crimes such as fornication and homosexuality, execution of offenders under 18 years of age, restrictions on freedom of speech and the press (including the imprisonment of journalists), and restrictions on freedom of religion and gender equality in the Islamic Republic's Constitution (especially attacks on members of the Bahá'í religion).

Seems like anything goes in prisons there, rape, torture, beatings killings..... 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Hankenhunter said:

Constantly outraged

I think you may be projecting again, Hank.  That emoji is about over the top laughter.  Not outrage.  I rarely let anyone here get me outraged.  You've certainly never come close ;)   As to being misinformed, I'm sure we all are at times.  The difference is that I usually admit it when I am.  A lot of you guys have feet of clay and glass jaws.

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RoofGardener

The UN HRC would have commented, but they where too busy writing their latest finding against oppression of women in Israel ! 

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Sir Smoke aLot

Everything which followed after this tragic loss might hasten the change which is already seen as coming in Iran. Football clubs had minute of silence for Sahar and step by step it resulted in strong message shared across Tehran and other parts of Iran with some clubs even going as far as proposing boycott until woman's are allowed to be on stadiums.

This case was quite surprising to me, especially since government has already allowed, like watching national team where both genders were together and not acting towards changed fashion style of Iranian woman. That has resulted in changes and new generation of Iranians are already living differently than those before them.

Everyone overlooked this and there are many more examples of how life in Iran looks like, far from usual stereotypes.

 Anyhow i restrain from talking about anyone's internal politics because it is easy to shout from a far and it's hard to be informed properly as this story surely points out.

 

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Raptor Witness

This woman should be given sainthood someplace. She is a saint in my book.

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