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Sineva

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Lol, so it's okay when Iran kills kids sick of their shitty regime but not okay when Israel kills kids with M4s aka terrorists?

Child murderers lol
Ahh yes,theres really nothing quite as vile as a Israel supporter and its attempts at arguments of moral equivalency.
How about you leave palestine,that way you wont have to murder anymore palestinian kids.

This advert is meant as a parody,but it hits so many bulls-eyes that its not funny:rofl:.
My personal favorite was:
"Defying mathematics,this 74yo country has thousands of years of history"
Theres really nothing quite like zionist maths.......or zionist history lessons.........I`m sure you get the idea,right?
 
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Beny Karachun

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Ahh yes,theres really nothing quite as vile as a 💩zionist💩 and its attempts at arguments of moral equivalency.
How about you leave palestine,that way you wont have to murder anymore palestinian kids.

This advert is meant as a parody,but it hits so many bulls-eyes that its not funny:rofl:.
My personal favorite was:
"Defying mathematics,this 74yo country has thousands of years of history"
Theres really nothing quite like zionist maths.......or zionist history lessons....or zionist💩💩💩......I`m sure you get the idea,right?
Open your Quran and look for Israel, or is the Quran 74 years old as well?

By the way, that left wing feminist would have been stoned to death in Iran, funny that you're sending me videos done by women like that.
 

Sineva

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Open your Quran and look for Israel, or is the Quran 74 years old as well?

By the way, that left wing feminist would have been stoned to death in Iran, funny that you're sending me videos done by women like that.
Because,obviously,post ww2 zionist israel,that was created by a bunch of 19th century 🐍european zionists🦨,and ancient israel are basically just one in the same thing,right?.Just a continuation after a "short pause" of a couple of millennia.
Dont you just love :crazy:zionist history lessons:crazy:?.

You mean they would`ve forced her to smoke marijuana until she died!!:drag:
MY GOD!!,those evil,EVIL,iranians,does their :nana: depravity👯‍♂️ truly know no bounds?.🙃

:azn:
 

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And another piece of fake news debunked...

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Reports rehashed by the likes of Babak Taghvaee, that the house of Imam Khomeini (r) in the town of Khomein had been burnt down, proved utterly baseless after Iranian media visited the location and published images, showing it to be perfectly intact.

Imam Khomeini's (r) house after claims it was destroyed:

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Goes to show the amount of nonsense and the fictitious nature of stories spouted by anti-IR propaganda outlets, be they of the mainstream or "social" media kind. Same goes for officials of hostile regimes, as well as exiled opposition grouplets and their supporters. Which in turn highlights the non-existent credibility of this collective propaganda machine.

By now, those who haven't quite grasped the reality of the ongoing media manipulation against the Iranian government; or keep allowing themselves to be misled by these tired old propaganda routines, are simply grasping at straws in a vain attempt to uphold a bunch of fallacies.

Keep the above pictures in mind when confronted with mainstream media's non-stop fabrication of horrific tales accusing the Islamic Republic of one unreal atrocity after another. Iran's enemies will go as far as to parse death registers to identify fatal accidents or health-induced demise of young citizens, and cook up some bogus narrative as to how they were killed by the government. As for those who fall victim to the enemy's own terrorist enforcers, their deaths will also systematically and just as fallaciously be blamed on the Islamic Republic where possible. This is in addition to the twisted details they imagine and throw into the mix so as to play with people's sensitivities and emotions at the expense of truth and public order.

NATO, the zionists and their streamlined global mainstream media they control, have been following the exact same formula for ages. In West Asia, this has featured meanwhile infamous hoaxes such as the "Kuwaiti babies thrown out of incubators by Iraqi occupation troops in 1990, the lie about Iraqi WMD in 2003, and so on and so forth. Do not let these perfidious psy-ops tactics get the better of your critical thinking and intellectual autonomy.
 
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Yes,Yes, Yes ,TickTok generation, sometimes my insights are so aligned with criticals situation that i feel like im the next Rumi. Hell Ya.
 

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This is how a criminal organization operates. A regime that is morally bankrupt, which rapes protestors, kills kids, and can not accept any criticism of its brutal crackdown. You wonder why people take up arms .

Iranian soccer player arrested amid World Cup scrutiny​


Iranian soccer player arrested amid World Cup scrutiny​

By The Associated Pressyesterday


FILE— Voria Ghafouri, then an Iranian national soccer team player, right, fights for the ball with Iraqi midfielder Hussein Ali, during the AFC Asian Cup soccer match at the Al Maktoum Stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Jan. 16, 2019. The semiofficial Fars and Tasnim news agencies reported on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022, that Iran arrested Ghafouri, a prominent former member of its national soccer team for insulting the national soccer team, which is currently playing in the World Cup, and criticizing the government as authorities grapple with nationwide protests. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili, File)
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FILE— Voria Ghafouri, then an Iranian national soccer team player, right, fights for the ball with Iraqi midfielder Hussein Ali, during the AFC Asian Cup soccer match at the Al Maktoum Stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Jan. 16, 2019. The semiofficial Fars and Tasnim news agencies reported on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022, that Iran arrested Ghafouri, a prominent former member of its national soccer team for insulting the national soccer team, which is currently playing in the World Cup, and criticizing the government as authorities grapple with nationwide protests. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili, File)


DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran arrested a prominent former member of its national soccer team on Thursday over his criticism of the government as authorities grapple with nationwide protests that have cast a shadow over its competition at the World Cup.
The semiofficial Fars and Tasnim news agencies reported that Voria Ghafouri was arrested for “insulting the national soccer team and propagandizing against the government.”
Ghafouri, who was not chosen to go to the World Cup, has been an outspoken critic of Iranian authorities throughout his career. He objected to a longstanding ban on women spectators at men’s soccer matches as well as Iran’s confrontational foreign policy, which has led to crippling Western sanctions.
More recently, he expressed sympathy for the family of a 22-year-old woman whose death while in the custody of Iran’s morality police ignited the latest protests. In recent days he also called for an end to a violent crackdown on protests in Iran’s western Kurdistan region.
The reports of his arrest came ahead of Friday’s World Cup match between Iran and Wales. At Iran’s opening match, a 6-2 loss to England, the members of the Iranian national team declined to sing along to their national anthem and some fans expressed support for the protests.

he protests were ignited by the Sept. 16 death of Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish woman arrested by the morality police in the capital, Tehran. They rapidly escalated into nationwide demonstrations calling for the overthrow of the Islamic Republic. The western Kurdish region of the country, where both Amini and Ghafouri are from, has been the epicenter of the protests. Shops were closed in the region on Thursday following calls for a general strike.

Iranian officials have not said whether Ghafouri’s activism was a factor in not choosing him for the national team. He plays for the Khuzestan Foolad team in the southwestern city of Ahvaz. The club’s chairman, Hamidreza Garshasbi, resigned later on Thursday, the semiofficial ILNA news agency reported, without elaborating.

The protests show no sign of waning, and mark one of the biggest challenges to Iran’s ruling clerics since the 1979 Islamic Revolution that brought them to power. Rights groups say security forces have used unleashed live ammunition and bird shot on the protesters, as well as beating and arresting them, with much of the violence captured on video.

At least 442 protesters have been killed and more than 18,000 detained since the start of the unrest, according to Human Rights Activists in Iran, a group that has been monitoring the protests.

The U.N. Human Rights Council voted Thursday to condemn the crackdown and to create an independent fact-finding mission to investigate alleged abuses, particularly those committed against women and children.

Authorities have blamed the unrest on hostile foreign powers, without providing evidence, and say separatists and other armed groups have attacked security forces. Human Rights Activists in Iran says at least 57 security personnel have been killed, while state media have reported a higher toll.

The protesters say they are fed up after decades of social and political repression, including a strict dress code imposed on women. Young women have played a leading role in the protests, stripping off the mandatory Islamic headscarf to express their rejection of clerical rule.

Some Iranians are actively rooting against their own team at the World Cup, associating it with rulers they view as violent and corrupt. Others insist the national team, which includes players who have spoken out on social media in solidarity with the protests, represents the country’s people.

The team’s star forward, Sardar Azmoun, who has been vocal about the protests online, was on the bench during the opening match. In addition to Ghafouri, two other former soccer stars have been arrested for expressing support for the protests.

Other Iranian athletes have also been drawn into the struggle.

Iranian rock climber Elnaz Rekabi competed without wearing the mandatory headscarf at an international competition in South Korea in October, a move widely seen as expressing support for the protests. She received a hero’s welcome from protesters upon returning to Iran, even as she told state media the move was “unintentional” in an interview that may have been given under duress.

Earlier this month, Iran’s football federation threatened to punish players on its beach soccer team after it defeated Brazil at an international competition in Dubai. One of the players had celebrated after scoring a goal by mimicking a female protester cutting off her hair.

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UN rights council moves to investigate Iran’s protest crackdown​

‘Fact-finding mission’ will probe alleged human rights abuses in Iran, with particular focus on women and children.

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UN Human Rights Council resolution draws praise from several countries but is slammed by Iran as 'politically motivated' [File: AFP]
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The United Nations Human Rights Council has voted to establish a fact-finding mission to investigate potential abuses in Iran’s crackdown on anti-government demonstrations, with a particular focus on women and children.
Thunderous applause broke out as the 47-member council passed the resolution on Thursday, with 25 countries voting in favour and 16 abstaining. Six nations – Armenia, China, Cuba, Eritrea, Pakistan and Venezuela – voted against the measure.

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“The people of Iran, from all walks of life across ethnicities, across ages, are demanding change,” said UN human rights chief Volker Turk, urging Iran to end its “disproportionate” use of force against the protesters.
“I call on the authorities immediately to stop using violence and harassment against peaceful protesters and to release all those arrested for peacefully protesting, as well as … a moratorium on the death penalty,” he said.
The resolution is the latest move by the international community to pressure Iran over alleged abuses linked to the protests, which broke out in September after 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died after being arrested by the “morality police” for violating the country’s strict dress code.
Demonstrations have since spread across the country, prompting a harsh response from the Iranian authorities.

Turk said more than 300 people had been killed since Amini’s death, while 14,000 had been arrested, including children. He added that Tehran had not responded to his request to visit the country.
In a statement announcing new sanctions against Iranian security officials earlier this week, the United States said the crackdown has been “particularly severe” in areas of the country with large Kurdish populations.
Iran has given no death toll for the protesters.
Thursday’s vote drew praise from several countries, including the US, with Secretary of State Antony Blinken saying it showed that the top UN rights body “recognises the gravity of the situation in Iran”.

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“The fact-finding mission established today will help ensure that those engaged in the ongoing violent suppression of Iranian people are identified and their actions documented,” Blinken said in a statement.
Rights groups also celebrated the resolution, with Amnesty International describing it as “historic”, while Human Rights Watch said it was “a welcome step towards accountability”.
But it was condemned by Iran’s representative at the meeting in Geneva, Khadijeh Karimi, who called it “politically motivated”.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran deeply regrets that the Human Rights Council is abused once again by some arrogant states to antagonise a sovereign UN member state that is fully committed to its obligation to promote and protect human rights,” said Karimi, Iran’s deputy of the vice president for women and family affairs.

She also accused Western nations of ignoring human rights abuses in Yemen and the occupied Palestinian territories.
“Reducing the common cause of human rights to a tool for political purposes of specific groups of Western countries is appalling and disgraceful,” she added.
The resolution, put forward by Germany and Iceland, demands that Tehran cooperate with the UN Human Rights Council’s special rapporteur on Iran, including by granting access to areas inside Iranian territory, such as places of detention.
The team would be expected to report back to the council in mid-2023.
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock called on all countries to back the independent probe to ensure “those responsible can be held to account”.
“If we don’t collect the evidence today … justice will never come to the victims,” Baerbock said.

 

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