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There is a report today that Iran's hardline judiciary will hold public trials of about 1,000 people indicted for unrest in Tehran.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/iran-plans-public-trials-for-1000-protesters-in-tehran/2022/10/31/5b1aa0c4-590f-11ed-bc40-b5a130f95ee7_story.html

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On 10/26/2022 at 7:38 PM, QuebecOverCanada said:

Hey, at work today, I've seen some women cutting half an inch of their hair and sharing it to our group chat in our Teams chats. It was so moving, and it sure will help liberate Iranian women from blood thirsty islamists. It sure showed them, right?

One week later.

The regime still is shivering from these brave acts by my coworkers who cut an inch of their hair. 

What a defiant act. 

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Latest: 

  • Iran is signaling its readiness to attack Saudi Arabia and possibly Erbil ostensibly in retaliation for the Shiraz terror attack but primarily for the alleged role of the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia in stoking protests.
  • An Iranian proxy Telegram channel recirculated the Iran International report claiming that the regime flew around 150 proxy fighters from Baghdad to Mashhad to suppress protests.
  • At least 22 protests took place in 14 cities across nine provinces.
  • Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei reiterated his claims that the West and Israel are stoking the protests in a speech to a group of university students.
  • Parliamentarian Mohammad Saleh Jokar accused the Iranian diaspora of organizing terrorist attacks in Iran and called for their punishment.
  • Kurdistan Chief Provincial Justice Hossein Hosseini announced the seizure of a cache of 49 hand grenades in Baneh, Kurdistan Province.
  • Unidentified individuals shot at a Law Enforcement Command (LEC) station in Khash, Sistan and Baluchistan Province, injuring one police officer.

    https://www.understandingwar.org/backgrounder/iran-crisis-update-november-2
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Please sign the Amnesty petition.

 

If you are for women's rights and human rights and against the beating to death of young women and school girls by security forces of islamic republic or arrest and rape of school children and the use of brutal force and live bullets on peaceful demonstrators who only ask for their basic rights and you are against the support for international terrorism led by a bunch of haters and murderers called Shia islamic clergy then please sign this petition

https://www.amnesty.org/en/petition/end-the-protest-bloodshed-in-iran/

thank you.

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Historic crime against humanity by islamic republic!!!!

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-63504452

Security forces threatened to kill their [Milad's parents] two other sons and bury Milad's body secretly in a remote place if they did not co-operate," the source said.

The family finally agreed to the officials' demands because of Milad's eight-year-old daughter.

 

"They wanted her to know where her father's grave is," the source said, adding that she still thought Milad would come back.

The family were also forced to pay almost $700 (£630) for the cost of the bullet that was used to kill their son, according to the source.

Milad was shot as he rode a motorbike after taking part in protests in the capital.

 

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PETITION UPDATE
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Another incredible show of courage by woman in Iran

 

During the demonstrations, her husband was arrested and taken away by security forces.  What did this fearless woman do?  She climbed on top of a POLICE car with police present. Now anywhere in the world, chances are that climbing on top of a police car with the police present will have unpleasant consequences.  In Iran, where the police beats, sexually assaults, and kills women for simply...

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Enough is enough

Enough with innocent women killed, teenage girls raped, school chidden beaten to death, enough with torture, repression and executions and murder. Enough with peaceful demonstrations. Enough with being the victims. Just enough. The only wat out of this brutal regime is armed revolution. Target the dirty hearts and subhuman brains of the mullahs and their murderous security forces.

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37 minutes ago, Michael Hardner said:

Life in Canada is that old white people hate Muslims....

It is not Muslims I hate. It is the so called religion or cult which spread by the force of sword 1400 years ago like a plague and brought disaster, terror and hate to the world and discriminates against women and abuses children. 

Islamic republic of Iran is a good example of that. Hate, terrorism, war, oppression, murder and rape and destruction is all it stands for.  It was a modern progressive country under the Shah. Not a democracy as political opposition was banned. But women enjoying total freedom and total social freedom with rapidly growing economy and friendly relations with the whole world and prosperous nation and these bastards took over and destroyed it. Also Persia (Iran) was a civilized prosperous empire and these newly muslim Arabs invaded 1400 years ago and destroyed it. Death and destruction to Satanic cults. 

And I am neither old nor white.

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@CITIZEN_2015

you are doing more harm to your cause than you know. 

This can not be won with Savak tactics. 

I went to a protest, and seen some great things, i just hope if it succeeds this movement not to be sabotaged by former Shah symaptizers and hardcore nationalists that will continue this cycle of abuse.

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11 minutes ago, Contrarian said:

@CITIZEN_2015

you are doing more harm to your cause than you know. 

This can not be won with Savak tactics. 

I went to a protest, and seen some great things, i just hope if it succeeds this movement not to be sabotaged by former Shah symaptizers and hardcore nationalists that will continue this cycle of abuse.

So what is the proper tactics to win against the brutality of Islamic republic. To go to streets like a cattle of sheep and be butchered by these murderous mullahs. So many young girls and boys have been murdered past few weeks. What is your solution for democracy in Iran. I am not a sympathizer to anyone, I want a free and democratic Iran and the total destruction of murderous Satanic cult they call Shia islam as well.

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1 hour ago, CITIZEN_2015 said:

So what is the proper tactics to win against the brutality of Islamic republic. To go to streets like a cattle of sheep and be butchered by these murderous mullahs. So many young girls and boys have been murdered past few weeks. What is your solution for democracy in Iran. I am not a sympathizer to anyone, I want a free and democratic Iran and the total destruction of murderous Satanic cult they call Shia islam as well.

Personally I think the system itself might collapse without needed intervention. Society is changing, even the families of revolutionary guards have access to information and right now economically Iran is not doing well, not to mention they face serious backlash in regards to those drones and many other things. 

Religion, fear factor can keep a society blind for so long -> until hunger comes along in my view.

Then, even your most loyal people start asking questions. 

You might be right, though, eventually, people might take arms in Iran if the system does not collapse itself. 

In my opinion if this will turn into a comeback of the followers of the Shah, it might not get a lot of support from the West and Iran will need a lot of help if the revolution will succeed, financial help. 

Leaders here need to tell the people that the help guarantees a moderate force will come. Anyhow, that is just how I see things. 

Some recent takeaways from ISW:

  • Prominent Sunni cleric Maulana Abdol Hamid may begin regularly instigating protests throughout Sistan and Baluchistan Province rather than in just Zahedan.
  • The regime is attempting to mobilize its supporters around a religious holiday honoring a historic female Shia martyr and framing its policies as pro-women.
  • At least 19 protests took place in 11 cities across nine provinces.
  • President Ebrahim Raisi called anti-regime protesters “rioters” who were helping foment unrest in Iran.
  • Senior Iranian officials discussed accelerating the prosecution of arrested protesters.

https://www.understandingwar.org/backgrounder/iran-crisis-update-november-5

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5 minutes ago, Contrarian said:

 

In my opinion if this will turn into a comeback of the followers of the Shah, it might not get a lot of support from the West and Iran will need a lot of help if the revolution will succeed, financial help. 

Post revolution, Iran nation will decide on the form of government they wish to have under the supervision of UN. If they voted for the monarchy then the West has to respect the Will of the people. It is my prediction that the nation may likely vote for a secular Republic  Reza Pahlavi does enjoy widespread support however, he himself supports a secular republic and does not wish to be a King.

No, Iran does not need any financial aid. Iran is a very rich country. Rich in natural resources (third largest oil reserves, second largest gas reserves) and very rich in human resources with a highly educated population (15 million having university degrees and over 100 universities and advanced light and heavy industries.

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1 minute ago, CITIZEN_2015 said:

Reza Pahlavi does enjoy widespread support however, he himself supports a secular republic and does not wish to be a King.

What would you say the support of Reza Pahlav is in Iran? Are the young people inclined more towards a monarchy or a republic? 

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3 hours ago, CITIZEN_2015 said:

It is not Muslims I hate. It is the so called religion or cult which spread by the force of sword 1400 years ago like a plague and brought disaster, terror and hate to the world and discriminates against women and abuses children. 

Islamic republic of Iran is a good example of that. Hate, terrorism, war, oppression, murder and rape and destruction is all it stands for.  It was a modern progressive country under the Shah. Not a democracy as political opposition was banned. But women enjoying total freedom and total social freedom with rapidly growing economy and friendly relations with the whole world and prosperous nation and these bastards took over and destroyed it. Also Persia (Iran) was a civilized prosperous empire and these newly muslim Arabs invaded 1400 years ago and destroyed it. Death and destruction to Satanic cults. 

And I am neither old nor white.

I guess you think Christianity was ok 1400 years ago?

 

People find all kinds of reasons to hate Muslims.  If someone were proposing we join Iran, I would oppose that.

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58 minutes ago, Michael Hardner said:

I guess you think Christianity was ok 1400 years ago?

 

People find all kinds of reasons to hate Muslims.  If someone were proposing we join Iran, I would oppose that.

Did Christianity invaded Canada or Europe and force the religion? You cannot change the history and the facts of what happened.

Well maybe they give reasons to be hated.

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2 hours ago, Contrarian said:

What would you say the support of Reza Pahlav is in Iran? Are the young people inclined more towards a monarchy or a republic? 

I don't know. In video clips from Iran, his grand father Raza Shah the great appears to enjoy widespread support for the rapid development of Iran in just 16 years and cutting the hands and sometimes heads of hated mullahs from power. I personally admire Reza Shah but his son was too timid and his grandson is too democrat for my taste. He wants to fight murderous armed to teeth mullahs with kindness and logic. We need someone strong like Reza Shah to clean up Iran from Shia Islam and mullahs and save Iran from total destruction.

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1 hour ago, Michael Hardner said:

I  If someone were proposing we join Iran, I would oppose that.

Iranian youth are fighting and sacrificing their lives for Iran now so that one day soon Iran will be the country that everyone loves to join and proud and prosperous to be a citizen. Iranians need to kick the imposed Islam in order to achieve greatness again.

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On 11/6/2022 at 4:31 PM, Contrarian said:

Personally I think the system itself might collapse without needed intervention. Society is changing, even the families of revolutionary guards have access to information and right now economically Iran is not doing well, not to mention they face serious backlash in regards to those drones and many other things. 

Religion, fear factor can keep a society blind for so long -> until hunger comes along in my view.

Then, even your most loyal people start asking questions. 


 

'Listen to the people’:

Cracks appear within Iran’s ruling elite over protest movement

Even some hardliners are acknowledging the demands of demonstrators.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-mahsa-amini-protests-hardliners-cracks-b2220599.html

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On 11/6/2022 at 7:12 PM, CITIZEN_2015 said:

Did Christianity invaded Canada or Europe and force the religion? You cannot change the history and the facts of what happened.

Well maybe they give reasons to be hated.

Actually yes.  All wars back then were religious.

And when Canada was "invaded" the indigenous were basically forced into Christianity.

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53 minutes ago, CITIZEN_2015 said:

i I think that you are rewriting the history. Your history. 

Really? 

Medieval wars were not all about religion?

When North America was invaded (as opposed to being "discovered") by Europeans the indigenous were not forced into Christianity? The church did not set up schools?

 

Please correct me with the facts.

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3 hours ago, QuebecOverCanada said:

*Yawn*

So what about now?

How is the revolution going? It seems like the current thing is becoming a past thing, day after day becoming less relevant.

You are not likely following the news. As late as yesterday there were protests in Tehran and many cities.

https://www.cp24.com/world/iran-protests-rage-on-streets-as-officials-renew-threats-1.6147163

 

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