Sunday, July 14, 2019

This is not Paris, This was Iran before the Islamic revolution which took Persia back to the stone Age

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Please watch and share this video posted by an Iranian-American human rights activist, Masih Alinejad, on social media.
The video posted with the following description:
"...This was Iran before the revolution. A revolution that turned against women. Women could walk in the streets of Iran, dressed however they wanted...Compulsion and forced hijab have never been part of Iranian culture.

They're hallmarks of a repressive regime ruling over Iran now..."
Iran was a very different place before the revolution. Today Iran is ruled by a brutal religious regime that enforces strict religious laws and violates women's rights and minority rights on a regular basis.
The terrorist regime in Iran is waging a proxy war throughout the Middle East in an attempt to take over Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Gaza.
Since the Islamic revolution in Iran, Shi'ite Islamist militias throughout the Middle East have carried out hostile and terrorist acts against Israel and other countries of the region on behalf of the Tehran terror regime.