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"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free....... ~Ronald Reagan~

Monday, March 20, 2006

Welcome to Iran!

This picture, smuggled out of Iran, was taken in 1992 in the town of Arak but we’re sure things haven’t changed much.
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In fact, this is what the Mullah's would like for all people of the free world. It wasn't so long ago this was a common practice in Afghanistan.
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Of course Liberals have short memories and prefer diplomacy to preemption. (see previous article.)
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Possibly Hollywood could make a film of that, not propaganda but based on real world events. Perhaps Sasan Sarandon and Cindy Sheehan could get a leading role, with Alec Baldwin and George Clooney as grave diggers. We could provide names for a full cast.
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In January 2005 Elio Bonazzi and Alireza Saghafi were co-writers of a special feature on FrontPageMag, which appears below:
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Given Iran’s incessant foreign policy saber-rattling—including its continued development of nuclear weapons, support for Islamist terrorist groups, and facilitation of the terrorism in Iraq—it’s easy to lose sight of the horrifying domestic situation within the Islamic Republic.
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The mullahs have not only destroyed the lives of countless foreigners through their worldwide export of Islamic terror and extremism; they’ve also plunged the Iranian people into a violent, hellish abyss of torture, repression, hopelessness, drug addiction and despair.
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Conservative estimates by Iranian opposition movements and various human rights organizations, such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, put the number of women stoned to death in Iran since the establishment of the Islamic Republic in the neighborhood of fifty. One can only imagine the cases that have gone undetected -- as many Islamic "punishments" are carried out in small and remote villages.
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Women sentenced to death by stoning are buried in the ground up to their necks. Iranian law regulates the size of the stones used by the executioner crowd; stones cannot be big enough to kill the sentenced woman too quickly, as the purpose of this barbaric ritual is to inflict as much pain as possible before death. On the other hand, stones cannot be too small, as each blow must be dramatically painful.
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Noticeable is the lack of press coverage for this type of activity.

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