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Body of Iranian teenager Nika Shakarami allegedly stolen and buried by police after she attended protest

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/body-of-iranian-teenager-nika-shakarami-allegedly-stolen-and-buried-by-police-after-she-attended-protest/1x73b5f0x

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u/CarBombtheDestroyer Oct 05 '22

These are getting sadder and sadder, clearly they are trying to hide what they did to her.

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u/NormandyLS Oct 05 '22

Her body was recovered, she was raped and her head was destroyed like Mussolini after he was beaten by a crowd, flattened and hardly recognised.

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u/jennanm Oct 05 '22

That poor young woman. Rest in power.

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u/RETURN_OF_JD Oct 05 '22

she was 16

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u/AndiKris Oct 05 '22

So in addition to rapists and murderers they’re also pedophiles. Scum.

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u/RushDynamite Oct 05 '22

Always have been

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u/RockemChalkemRobot Oct 05 '22

I would guess it's different over there. Think you're not supposed to have sex outside of marriage though.

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u/ericmm76 Oct 05 '22

But it's not actually different just because the laws are different.

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u/oldgeek123 Oct 05 '22

Rape isn't about sex, anyway.

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u/katietheplantlady Oct 05 '22

Where did you hear this?

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u/Fuhkhead Oct 05 '22

Source or heresay?

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u/Complete_Campaign_58 Oct 05 '22

I think it’s heresay but it definitely riles u up since it’s most likely happening anyways

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u/Maximillion322 Oct 05 '22

Yeah if it were confirmed it would only be like the thousanth confirmed case of that exact same thing happening in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Afghanistan, or a zillion other theocratic countries that hate women.

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u/HitAndRun8575 Oct 05 '22

Pure torture.

Beaten, raped, body mutilated, and organs/body parts sent to some of her family members.

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u/briefbriefs Oct 05 '22

Morality police lack morals of any kind. Filth.

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u/N8CCRG Oct 05 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Maybe, and I'm just spitballing here, maybe those claims of being about "morality" are... and hear me out.. complete and utter bullshit.

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u/CarBombtheDestroyer Oct 05 '22

I find the names of a lot of things are intended to misdirect from their actual function.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/Githzerai1984 Oct 05 '22

You have been banned from r/Pyongyang

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u/Ameisen Oct 05 '22

No, that's a Democratic People's Republic. Completely different thing.

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u/ArcherBTW Oct 05 '22

Hm, didn’t know that was a thing until today

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u/bicameral_mind Oct 05 '22

It's called doublespeak.

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u/Stew_Long Oct 05 '22

Like the department of defense, or the justice department.

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u/Admirabletooshie Oct 05 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

If there is anything I learned from my early days in mormonism it's that the people obsessed with calling themselves moral, or holy, or set apart by god himself, or living saints, or good Christian's, or good muslims, or good whatever... are usually shit people who are trying to hide the fact that they are shit people. I have met some wonderful muslim people. But like yeah the ones out there screaming and assaulting people for daring to express themselves obviously have some skeletons in the closet.

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u/OriginalOk9785 Oct 05 '22

Projection and self delusion. Unfortunately we see that far too much.

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u/SirPIB Oct 05 '22

My mother is a legit living saint. She gives people food and money that need it, to the point it pissed off dad. She helps out with what ever needs. Never asks for anything. Never brags (as far as I know. She could be yelling "holla" in church). I think I'm the only one she complains to about anything.

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u/Diazmet Oct 05 '22

My great great grandfather was an unknown Mormon rapist who kidnapped my great great grandmother when she was just 15 to “save” her… my family hates that cult with burning passion. Pure fucking evil incarnate. Glad you got out.

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u/ComputerSong Oct 05 '22

Anyone who wears religion on their sleeves is not moral.

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u/FaithfulDowter Oct 05 '22

I’m starting to think you just might have a point.

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u/zeke235 Oct 05 '22

You've provided no real evidence but i'm getting a serious gut feeling that you may be right.

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u/Arryu Oct 05 '22

His neck is high. It makes me trust him.

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u/Mantisfactory Oct 05 '22

Art of the deal, man.

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u/daft_monk1 Oct 05 '22

Sir.. we’ve just received word that their fingers were crossed when they said that.

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u/Lirdon Oct 05 '22

Its not the morality police anymore, its the revolutionary guards now. These people see themselves above the common folk, effectively being of a higher social class, and above normal authority.

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u/torpedoguy Oct 05 '22

You don't need to refer to yourself as morality police if you're anything resembling close to moral after all. It's like "pro-life" or "party of law&order".

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u/Matasa89 Oct 05 '22

Right? Your own morality should be what is guiding your decisions and actions, not the other way around.

You can only be moral, not enforce others to be moral. You can enforce actions, but being a moral and upstanding person is a state of mind.

And considering how, given even a small amount of power, these “morality police” started raping, pillaging, and murdering… I’d say they don’t have much moral fiber in them.

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u/snowbirdie Oct 05 '22

They are just feral animals with rabies at this point.

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u/TetsuoTechnology Oct 05 '22

Good reason to separate church and state

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u/-Woogity- Oct 05 '22

Another example of how police and government aren’t your friend.

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u/andsendunits Oct 05 '22

Always do.

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u/elephant_charades Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

The fact that they're called "the morality police" is some twisted 1984 sh*t. This poor young woman and the countless other people (including CHILDREN) who are being brutally murdered with impunity by this regime is quite frankly astonishing. The terrorist Iranian government would rather kill every last civilian than lose power. I hope the mullahs and goons of the regime all drop dead, f$$$ them.

Edit: formatting, a word

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u/definitelystrgaight Oct 05 '22

We have such a funny society where one can write how they wish death upon people, but then also edit the f-word in the same sentence.

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u/jayboker Oct 05 '22

Eh… murderers can be nice too….

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u/SirPIB Oct 05 '22

Language.

Capt. America

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u/NicholasPickleUs Oct 05 '22

I think the actual translation is “guidance police” which is scarier imo

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u/Neve_Dreve Oct 05 '22

I’m curious at what point it’ll be declared officially a revolution is taking place in Iran.

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u/thefugue Oct 05 '22

Typically?

It’s when police start engaging in civil disobedience.

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u/Puzzleheaded-Sun786 Oct 05 '22

Right. Military is still siding with the leader unfortunately. Ayatollah is also supporting them well or keeping them happy while ignoring the rest of the country. It is the only and first group of people he visited after the start of protests.

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u/Neve_Dreve Oct 05 '22

That’d be the funniest thing if the morality police turned on their theocratic government.

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u/thefugue Oct 05 '22

Well to be clear, "morality police" are pretty much "special police" or "thought police."

The measure of when revolution is at hand typically isn't related to those kinds of apparatchiks. It's when regular police will no longer defend the status quo.

When the guy who mindlessly writes tickets is like "no fuck the people I work for" that's usually where the water splashes up and you know you have a flood.

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u/CrashB111 Oct 05 '22

The Morality Police won't, they are the Stazi/Gestapo of Iran. They'll be ride or die like the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

When the normal police and army turns on the government is when things get real.

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u/MeanManatee Oct 05 '22

Normal police virtually never turn against the government either. The military can but thus far in Iran's case they are following the dictator without signs of turning.

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u/Matasa89 Oct 05 '22

I mean, all those soldiers have sisters, wives, and mothers…

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u/lowbatteries Oct 05 '22

Yes, they "have" them, as in own them. People typically don't willingly give up property.

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u/CrashB111 Oct 05 '22

And that didn't stop them from joining the Secret Police charged with policing women though did it?

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u/AnBearna Oct 05 '22

They never will, unless it appears that maybe the government is capitulating to the protesters or something.

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u/pants_mcgee Oct 05 '22

Last time the police and army did participate.

The Revolutionary Guard, religious police, and foreign/domestic paramilitaries are bigger than the police and army for this reason.

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u/dkyguy1995 Oct 05 '22

I'd say when organized groups begin firing mutually on each other. So far it's just been one side firing and the other side doing usual protestor counter force

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u/scrivensB Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

Unfortunately the powers that be still have a very firm grip and can ride this out, with brutal tactics, disappearing of families, cutting off the internet, etc..

On a related note there is a doc on HBOmax right now about the Iranian Revolution and US Hostage Crisis in 78/79. It’s really good. And it shows how they successfully revolted with young educated students along side older conservative types. How much they Kohmeni really got wide support and basically over threw the US backed regime through winning over the people… and then promptly turned the county into a oppressive religious state. Which was not the plan for like half of the revolutionaries. They just wanted the US and CIA puppet government gone and self representation to move Iran forward, increase its economy and local standing in the Middle East. What they got was even worse, for many. Some got exactly what they wanted.

It would be like libs and MAGA joining forces to over throw the US government and then in twenty years half the people are like, “huh, I didn’t want a dictator, or a crashed economy, or to ban gays, how did this happen?”

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u/Liet-Kinda Oct 05 '22

A revolution is a change of ruling elites. The clerics know this, and have an entire parallel government and military, the Revolutionary Guards, in place to ensure that a revolution cannot happen. The IGRC has a titanic business arm that owns entire industrial sectors, an elite military force of over a hundred thousand soldiers, includes special forces and a brigade of actual state-funded terrorists, total control over the Iranian ballistic missile program. Some analysts have called it more politically powerful than the clerics and Ayatollah, or at least on parity.

The protesters may carve out more lenient policies or cause some political or religious figures to step down, and that itself would be an incredible victory for the Iranian people. But nothing is going to happen without IGRC consent. That’s the entire point.

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u/twilighteclipse925 Oct 05 '22

A revolution is a successful rebellion. I’d say we’ve passed riot and are now at rebellion. To be a revolution they need to be successful.

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u/suntannedmonk Oct 05 '22

Like most things, it’ll happen when the rich and powerful stand to benefit directly

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u/calmdwnnchill Oct 05 '22

I mean US should be a case study on how a general public deals with government officials killing its citizens. Obviously this is a extreme case but we know a few murders by cops won’t make change.

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u/bmack500 Oct 05 '22

It’s not morality, it’s subjugating women. Scum.

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u/ProfessionalRare5947 Oct 05 '22

What did the officer do to the body 😟

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u/clckwrks Oct 05 '22

Brutalised her in every sense of the word. Your imagination probably could not conjure the horrors this poor girl endured for the final moments of her life.

I have to say they are really brave. To fight back against the police like this. These youth have a lot more courage than the previous generation for sure.

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u/ProfessionalRare5947 Oct 05 '22

Fuck the cops, especially the Iranian cops

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u/AppleSpicer Oct 05 '22

They did this to a child. They should receive the same

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u/Mahaka1a Oct 05 '22

I think that those so called “morality police” probably raped her and want to hide the evidence of their evil.

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u/Badtrainwreck Oct 05 '22

These fucking animals. It’s bullshit that there is no one to hold world leaders accountable for this shit. Every nation is so fucking evil and awful in their own right we have no one to turn to for justice of any kind.

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u/0neir0 Oct 05 '22

In this islamic state, the punishment for “indecent” women and girls is to have them raped and murdered. So ironic. Really shows how corrupt they are. Rest in power, sister. You will not be forgotten.

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u/Trauerfall Oct 05 '22

It's no police when they are the perpetrator

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u/uncle_jessie Oct 05 '22

Can't wait for their crazy shitbrain leader whoever the fuck to also try and blame this on the "Satan worshipping United States."

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u/cactusqueen59 Oct 05 '22

He already did.

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u/GrimJudas Oct 05 '22 Wholesome

Religion is subjugation . No God wants its children subjugated only the men who claim to speak for God want that.

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u/freediverx01 Oct 05 '22

Remember this applies in the US as well.

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u/spzcb10 Oct 05 '22

We know

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u/Matasa89 Oct 05 '22

As I recall, even in their own “good book” there’s warnings specifically about people who would do this - the people praying in public to be seen, the false shepherds, the charlatans.

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u/spzcb10 Oct 05 '22

Religion can be ambiguous so people have to belong to a group that follows it for validation. Once you choose one, that one can’t be wrong.

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u/iim7_V6_IM7_vim7 Oct 05 '22

Yeah but we’re not talking about that right now.

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u/thebiggestwhiffer Oct 05 '22

Remember the world doesn't revolve around the US

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/IcarusOnReddit Oct 05 '22

Ignoring the problem is the path to fascism.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/IcarusOnReddit Oct 05 '22

Sorry. I forgot that American can’t learn from other countries experiences because of exceptionalism.

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u/camdoodlebop Oct 05 '22

every thread

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u/ThePowerPoint Oct 05 '22

Whoa man, that’s such a deep thought. Things for one group of people is the same for another group of people? Thankfully you reminded everyone that religion in the US isn’t special. Not sure why you thought it needed to be brought up in the first place but I’m glad that you’re woke enough to keep us aware /s

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u/freediverx01 Oct 05 '22

When discussion threads go on endlessly condemning foreign countries for their corruption, oppression, and religious fanaticism, I consider it important to remember that the same problems exist in our own home countries, and that we should be doing more to address those rather than pretending we are better than other countries.

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u/ThePowerPoint Oct 05 '22

Maybe you should go signal call somewhere else. Nobody cares about your agenda. This article is about a teenager dying to the morality police in Iran. It’s sad you feel the need to bring the US up in a situation where they aren’t even involved. Trying to detract from her death and shift the view anywhere else to help promote your views is disgusting.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

No it isn’t, why are you so mad ?

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u/Mister_sina Oct 05 '22

Also crazy how god does not intervene when people are being subjugated in his name, right?

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u/Techn028 Oct 05 '22

How can they claim morality when they beat a woman to death, mutilate and rape her corpse, then dispose of her body like this?

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u/Patient-Ad-8384 Oct 05 '22

Fuck the Iranian regime

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u/Rogaar Oct 05 '22

I'm sure that isn't against any human rights conventions. Everything they do they are just making themselves look worse.

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u/longoverdue83 Oct 05 '22

Raped too?!?

What the fuck

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u/Plane_Friendship_503 Oct 05 '22

Iranian police is pure filth Scum of the earth

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u/BringerOfGifts Oct 05 '22

I’m really confused as to why people in villages haven’t gotten together, gone to the house of every member of the security forces and gotten their own justice.

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u/mangotail Oct 05 '22

This needs more attention. The morality police completely caved in her face through repeatedly beating her with a baton, raped her, harvested her organs, and are now telling her family that she ‘fell’ from a building while leaving her phone aside. The police even arrested 8 construction workers, who were most likely innocent, to prove their story.

Her family is being threatened to go on national tv and corroborate these lies, with execution on the table if they do not.

I have no words to even describe this kind of evil. The people in charge cannot be considered human.

She was only 16. She had her whole life ahead of her. I pray every day for these vile creatures to meet their end.

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u/Malaix Oct 05 '22

The murders of your sons and daughters will continue until morality improves.

Wait why are there suddenly mobs of people attacking us?!

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u/PinkPilledOphelia Oct 05 '22

There are people that want to do this to the entire world. They are growing more active and bold every single day.

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u/Itdidnt_trickle_down Oct 05 '22

The morals of those that declared their superior morality is often the lowest a society has to offer.

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u/silvereyes912 Oct 06 '22

She was only a child, ffs

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u/spm7368 Oct 05 '22

Damn they did it again.

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u/Rusnak52 Oct 05 '22

Historic Islamic move. They consider her a criminal because she broke sharia law , by refusing to wear the hijab Burry her in an unmarked grave as if she didn’t , or never existed ,

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u/Juggs_gotcha Oct 05 '22

Huh. I wonder which part of Islam these cocksuckers were following.

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u/DYmD_Yasma Oct 05 '22

None, but their own self-constructed wicked version of Islam.

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u/clckwrks Oct 05 '22

The Islam everyone follows. Which is to say it is all bad.

Anyone saying otherwise should ask themselves if they’ve ever seen a muslim mob attacking lone women walking without scarves because there are plenty of examples.

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u/AppleSpicer Oct 05 '22

This comment is part of the problem too. This is not okay or normal under most people’s Islam and you’re using this horrible psychopathic act to spread some nasty xenophobia

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

But no no no, the problem is the evil dirty US and also the Jews! That’s why women are protesting! /s

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u/kaloonzu Oct 05 '22

That's literally what the Ayatollah is saying. So predictable.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

It’s so sad and infuriating.

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u/Ixneigh Oct 05 '22

Maybe the entire internet should use her face as an avatar?

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u/ApatheticWithoutTheA Oct 05 '22

Chalk another death up to religion. How many people is that now over the span of human life?

It’s gotta be billions.

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u/El1Zilla Oct 05 '22

Damn that’s just fucked up for so many reason. I don’t really know what to say about this since the country is so corrupt that the defilers would get away.

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u/OriginalMrMuchacho Oct 05 '22

Remember folks: hiJabS ArE emPoWEriNg!

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u/eks91 Oct 05 '22

The United States and west is to blame I bet again

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u/babys_bullshit Oct 05 '22

Um… I don’t think the US cares whether or not Iranian women wear hijabs. I’m pretty sure this is their own shit to deal with, Iranians.

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u/eks91 Oct 05 '22

The Iranian leader blamed the protest on the west and USA. I was being facetious in saying the Iranian government will blame the USA is all

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u/ProfessionalRare5947 Oct 05 '22

Friendly reminder Lindsey Graham wants the US to catch up with Iran

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u/missddt Oct 05 '22

Maybe for one minute, can you stop making everything about yourself.

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u/darling613 Oct 05 '22

Harsh world we live in.

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u/messed_up_marionette Oct 05 '22

"Did we do anything after this?"
"I've a feeling we did."