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Iran eyes badges for all Non Muslims

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posted on May, 19 2006 @ 12:40 PM
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Pretty irresponsible of Harper to make a comment on something if he's not sure about it. Also as a politician , he better then anyone should know that all sorts of ridiculous, outlandish laws can be drafted by representatives and submitted, but wether or not they are finally approved and voted on as an actual law can be another thing.


As was stated in 2 threads with this very same topic, that these are expatriates on the level of Chalabi (Disinfo in Iraq) releasing this info on behalf of their own agendas. It should be checked for accuracy.




posted on May, 19 2006 @ 01:47 PM
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According to DEBKA.CO.IL (DEBKA in Hebrew), the NEWS report regarding the Iranian uniform dress laws was either misinterpreted or results from mudslinging by Irans opposition. The Iranian Jewish leaders cannot be reached as of yet due to Sabbath observance and therefore it cannot be determined whether this report is correct or not. According to DEBKA the uniform dress code laws will probably only apply to Muslims.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 03:25 PM
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Well, I'll start worrying about the implants when that comes around. We don't have them here yet but I would think that would be just as big of a deal. One is about to happen and theother is not, apples and oranges.

It is kind of the same idea and both are pretty bad. I'm willing to bet it would be everyone with a chip in the US and only non Muslims with patches in Iran. This shows that the version in Iran would be worse since it's singling out targets for hate crimes and government abuse of minorities.

Not the same thing at all the more I think about it.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 04:27 PM
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This story has been proven to be false.
Just some Bush propaganda BS.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 05:27 PM
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www.investors.com... &artnum=3&issue=20060516


Dressed To Kill
Posted 5/16/2006
....At the urging of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's parliament on Sunday approved an "Iranian dress code" for both sexes. The ministries of culture and commerce, the parliament's cultural commission and the state television authority will now work with mullahs, clothing designers and tailors on an official catalog of permissible dress.





No mention of any Non-Muslim dress code, hopefully this was some false or mistranslated information. It will be interesting to see how the under 30 crowd in Iran reacts to this dress code. Here is another article I found:



The Iranian government has decided to create a national dress code.
Tehran -The Iranian parliament approved on Sunday the generalities of the 'national dress code' bill which is supposed to replace current Western-style fashions, state news television IRIB reported.

According to the draft bill, which is yet to be finalized and reconfirmed by the senate-like Guardian Council, facilities should be prepared for local designers and tailors to focus on outfits in line with 'Iran's national and Islamic identification and culture.'
www.nopunditintended.com...



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 05:45 PM
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Maybe I spoke to fast.

From Debka.com :

The outcry was sparked when Iranian exiles in Toronto reported to the Canadian National Post that Tehran had passed a law ordering Jews to wear the Yellow Star, Christians a red ribbon, and Zoroastrians a blue article of clothing.

Haroun Yeshaya, until recently head of Iran’s Jewish Committee, denied knowledge of such a clause.


However, the law has not been finally enacted, and speakers in the majlis debate proposed that non-Muslim minorities be made to wear distinctive clothes, yellow being the preferred color for Jews.
www.debka.com...




Maybe their is a grain of truth to both sides of this story..... this will bear continued watching.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by Creedo

Originally posted by Zanzibar
Creedo, do I smell Nazi? I think I do. The Middle Eastern countries are not, ''stone age basards'', far from it in fact, you've been watching too much TV.


Pfft... you go right ahead and live with your head in the sand. A little WWII history will show you that Muslims supported Nazi Germany as they were going to destroy their biggest enemy... the Jews!! They have no respect for non-Muslims whatsoever and THAT in itself is a very dangerous way to run a government.




Are you aware that ZIONISTS funded Hitler and helped him killed REAL Jews?
Please.

All this does for me is show me that Iran is in on this chess/no limit hold em game the elites are playing against the regular citizens of the world. The pieces are starting to fall into place.

You have the Iranian prez dropping his balls and calling out the Zionists in Israel and defying the US, who have enough nukes combined to take Iran out easily were it to come to that. Now, (ignoring Lazarus' post for the sake of argument
) you have them pushing to ID groups of people. Meanwhile, the US is pushing to ID people with microchips. If this is true, we same a strange parallel going on.

I'm telling you, this game they are playing is BEYOND sophisticated...



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 05:50 PM
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Originally posted by Mandalorianwarrior
Well, I'll start worrying about the implants when that comes around. We don't have them here yet but I would think that would be just as big of a deal. One is about to happen and theother is not, apples and oranges.

It is kind of the same idea and both are pretty bad. I'm willing to bet it would be everyone with a chip in the US and only non Muslims with patches in Iran. This shows that the version in Iran would be worse since it's singling out targets for hate crimes and government abuse of minorities.

Not the same thing at all the more I think about it.




Why don't you research Verichip?

VIPs in a club in Miami, the Mexican attorney general and many of his workers, various families in the US, and some military personnel ALREADY HAVE MICROCHIPS! The chip is alreay here, mon ami.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 07:57 PM
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The sole Jewish Member of the Iranian Parliament has denied the accusation.

Jewish MP Denies Iran Badge Plan

Who would be a greater authority?

I think we can now file this away.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 08:33 PM
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could a mod edit the first post to stop this disinfo from spreading please? some people don't read the posts



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 09:08 PM
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Malichai,

Thank you for finding some concrete info on this. I had looked and only found second hand reports, thats why I was looking for help in finding out.

Still will be interesting to see what happens with the youth of Iran is regards to this law.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 09:32 PM
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Originally posted by Malichai
The sole Jewish Member of the Iranian Parliament has denied the accusation.

Jewish MP Denies Iran Badge Plan

Who would be a greater authority?

I think we can now file this away.


Just because Maurice Motammed is a Jewish MP and says it is not true doesn't make it so. He still sits as a member of the Iranian Parliament. I wouldn't give a rats ass if he said he baked brownies for the pope, if I don't see it, why should I believe it.

Same goes for the National Post, but I would be inclined to believe that a fairly reputable newspaper wouldn't put their reputation on the line for some mere Bush propaganda as one poster put it.

I have been reading the National Post to 12 WWII veterans part time in the mornings for almost 3 years, and so far I have never seen or heard any of their articles to be falsely accused of mis or dis-information.

It would seem that Canada is starting to play a bigger role in the war on terrorism, it's about time as far as I am concerned, Canada's complacent attitude to this growing problem will only increase if people stand idley by and deny the fact that no, we are not harbouring terrorists, when in fact this Country is the supreme mainstay, recruitment and conduit to a slow, steady takeover of Islam in the extreme.

Sorry didn't mean to rant, just my opinion.



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 10:44 PM
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The Iranian draft law which raised a world uproar was obtained Friday night, May 19, by DEBKAfile, and proved to contain no clause on a Yellow Star for Jews or special dress for non-Muslim minorities in its 13-clause text


www.debka.com...


C'mon guys... was a guff !!!



posted on May, 19 2006 @ 10:50 PM
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For those of you who have not gotten to the ATSNN submission, which unfortunately made it into an article, you will see my following research.

All the sources I found for this article on google are either coming from Canada or being linked by other sites using the Canadian ones as their source.

Just what the hell are you Canadians up to?

Look I have here several Iranian news websites, and none of them are reporting this at all. You would think if the "NAZI Islamo-facists" are trying to persecute, they would be parading this stuff all over their own media outlets. They are not.

Iran Daily
Iran News Daily
Iranian
Tehran GlobeTehran Times

These papers and many others fround around the world can be located at Online Newspapers Which I found thanks to Columbia Journalism Review

I have to wonder what the Canadian media is up to here. There will be an investigation. This appears to be intentional defamation at first glance. I am open minded though, so I will throw the idea that perhaps some Canadian Spy agents infiltrated the nation and leaked the reports to their press.

Fourth Response on first page

Maudibb do you not find it odd that Canadian press is the only one in the world as of yet reporting this news? All other websites are linking canadian sources. I would think US being such a close ally, it would be all over Fox, ABC, CNN ect.. ect..
Not even the Iranians themselves are reporting this on their news as I have sourced.


please people do not buy into these accusations until an official investigation is launched. Funny how quick this accusation initiated the Genocidal thoughts of some members, as I believe it was intended to do.



posted on May, 20 2006 @ 12:20 AM
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hear! hear!

thanks for clarifying...



posted on May, 20 2006 @ 01:07 AM
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Like i said before, it has already been proven false so everyone can go back to discussing other more important issues. This is like the time when Bush's dad tricked you into believing Iraq was killing babies, you people are too easy.



posted on May, 20 2006 @ 07:25 AM
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Originally posted by karby
diyou guys just glance over Lazarus' post or what?!


I read it. The article says that there is a conflict between
what one reporter thinks and what expatriots think. The
reporter, who says this isn't real, has a good reputation.
The expatriots, who actually lived in the country, say that
it is real. Both have validity. Time will tell for us to see
which one is right.

Edited to add - since the Jewish news is reporting that it is
false, I lean toward that it probably is.

However ... I am willing to bet that this has given that Iranian
president a few ideas. He's a loon.

[edit on 5/20/2006 by FlyersFan]



posted on May, 20 2006 @ 07:31 AM
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Originally posted by NinjaCodeMonkey
Just some Bush propaganda BS.


So how exactly did you draw a line from the expatriots in other
countries compaining about this, to the Bush administration??
Not every stink'n thing on this planet has to do with Bush.



posted on May, 20 2006 @ 11:29 AM
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I would imagine this is all over the Canadian news as the Iranaian expatriots are from Toronto. The National Post still has not retracted any statements. Wonder why, must have a pretty good reason.

This from the Ottawa Citizen who is affiliated with the National Post.

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[Rabbi Marvin Hier, the dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, acknowledged that he did not have any independent confirmation of the requirement for Jews to wear badges, but said he still believes it was passed.

"We know that the national uniform law was passed and that certain colours were selected for Jews and other minorities," he said.

"[But] if the Iranian government is going to pass such a law then they are not likely to be forthcoming about what they are doing."]

He has a good point with this last statment. Maybe the story has some credence after all.

Ninja Code Monkey- sorry, so far the story has NOT been proven false.



posted on May, 20 2006 @ 11:34 AM
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So, we are to assume this has passed until it is proved that it hasn't????

Erm, to me at least, it would make more sense to give them the benefit of the doubt, and get some actual proof that such a law has passed. For now, it seems the law has only prescribed dress for Muslims. I guess if they were to do the same thing to Jews, THEN people would get upset. But, when doing it to Muslims, why should you care right? I guess some think all the Muslims there like wearing that clothing?




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