Living under Iran Mullahs

Abou Sandal

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Between "mandatory clothing" and "oppression", there is a wide gap. Abusing the use of terms and superlatives makes her untruthful...like the casual SJW and other leftist in search of attention.
Anyway, it is true that the veil on the head is mandatory in Iran, but wearing it in the strict way that looks on her photo is not. That way of wearing it is by choice. Maybe not hers personally, but her family's style, still in all cases, she hardly looks or sounds either genuine or sincere.
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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Between "mandatory clothing" and "oppression", there is a wide gap. Abusing the use of terms and superlatives makes her untruthful...like the casual SJW and other leftist in search of attention.
Anyway, it is true that the veil on the head is mandatory in Iran, but wearing it in the strict way that looks on her photo is not. That way of wearing it is by choice. Maybe not hers personally, but her family's style, still in all cases, she hardly looks or sounds either genuine or sincere.

"Between "mandatory clothing" and "oppression", there is a wide gap"

It depends on specifics.
A Jew not being allowed to show on the street without yellow Star of David on - is it "mandatory clothing" or "oppression"?
 

Abou Sandal

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Orange Room Supporter
"Between "mandatory clothing" and "oppression", there is a wide gap"

It depends on specifics.
A Jew not being allowed to show on the street without yellow Star of David on - is it "mandatory clothing" or "oppression"?
It depends on specifics.
The "specifics" are everything.

A Jew not being allowed to show on the street without yellow Star of David on - is it "mandatory clothing" or "oppression"?
Neither. It's ethnic/religious discrimination, at this point. Similar though still lower in its level of abuse than preventing a citizen from taking a bus or using a road or sidewalk, just because he is Palestinian.
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
It depends on specifics.
The "specifics" are everything.

A Jew not being allowed to show on the street without yellow Star of David on - is it "mandatory clothing" or "oppression"?
Neither. It's ethnic/religious discrimination, at this point. Similar though still lower in its level of abuse than preventing a citizen from taking a bus or using a road or sidewalk, just because he is Palestinian.

"Neither. It's ethnic/religious discrimination" - discrimination is oppression.
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"preventing a citizen from taking a bus or using a road or sidewalk, just because he is Palestinian"

This statement has 2 lies.
#1 "citizen" - they are not.
#2 "just because he is Palestinian" - just because each is potential terrorist. It's result of Palestinian action, have them take responsibility.
 

HmsBThn

Legendary Member
Between "mandatory clothing" and "oppression", there is a wide gap. Abusing the use of terms and superlatives makes her untruthful...like the casual SJW and other leftist in search of attention.
Anyway, it is true that the veil on the head is mandatory in Iran, but wearing it in the strict way that looks on her photo is not. That way of wearing it is by choice. Maybe not hers personally, but her family's style, still in all cases, she hardly looks or sounds either genuine or sincere.

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Abu sandal spotted on the beach.
Hard to remove the da3ousheh from a da3oush
 

Abou Sandal

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Orange Room Supporter
"exactly not" - OK, I can agree with this denial of obvious as long as Palestinians are kept separate and cannot harm Jews.

If you can't make a difference between the act of segregation and the process of oppression, and insist on considering them as one, that's none of my business, since I believe that education is an option one has the right to chose to skip. However the least you can do when such debates are in the open, is to keep a low profile, considering that you not only condone both acts towards others, but even support and encourage for more. Just saying...
 
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