Iran’s war against the Internet

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  1. Realite

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    Well, for I for one, would not suggest that the next thing for you to do, would be to take up residence in IRAN.
     
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    Things have to change.
     
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    Next is being a complete Grinch and sentencing a pastor to death in Christmas.


    http://youcefnadarkhani.wordpress.com/

    Its terrible when Government acts as a complete Grinch and ruins Chrismas
     
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    Who are we to say what needs to change in Iran? Let them get on with it. It's none of our business.

    Until they strike us directly Iran shouldn't even be worthy of discussion... and they're not going to do that if we stay the hell out of their business. It's when we start playing God in other peoples lands that terrorism starts to rear its ugly head.
     
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    Sanity on a political forum, arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, will miracles never cease??????
     
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    If anyone violates the laws of a nation, they are subject to punishment. Let the people of Iran work out the problems with their laws.

    We in America have enough problems with our laws that need addressing, let us work on them.
     
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    Laws of the nation are to sentence people to death for believing in other religion? This is a crime? Here are another preachers arrested

    http://bit.ly/sJZDyb
     
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    Yes, if you violate the laws of the nation in which you reside you can expect to be arrested, tried and sentenced if guilty. This holds true if you are in America, Turkey, Afghanistan or Iran. We do NOT have a one world government making up a consistent set of rules. We do NOT have a world-wide organization with the power to force nations to make laws that YOU like. A nation makes their own laws. If you live in a nation, any nation, you either choose to obey the laws or disobey them. If you disobey them, you will be subject to penalties if tried and convicted. If you choose this route to try and get laws changed, then fine, that is your option, but do not whine when you are legally found guilty. These idiotic religious nuts KNEW the law and intentionally broke it. In so doing they became subject to the consequences of that law.
     
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    I'm glad Iran is starting wars. that is what the US Broadcast media wants.

    Would the media and politicans with strong loyal ties to their isreal homeland come up with a campain of fearing and dumbing the USA public into war?

    Is it possible? or are they doing it for humanitarian purpose?

    Was Iraq the same?

    WMDs?
     

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