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First of all, your arrogant approach does not do any good in improving the situation, and neither does your insults.
Secondly, it's easy to enjoy your freedom of expression in the west, then in turn defend a regime that deprives its people of that basic right. Good job.
Originally posted by Zamini
I don't like governments, really.
By constantly attacking the west you are in turn excusing the actions of the regime.
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That is why Iran should mind its own business and the US should mind its own business. In fact, everyone should mind their own business...but that's not reality, is it?
Originally posted by NadaCambia
This is why Muslims are facing growing hostility in the West. I'm as left as you like but I'm growing tired of you radical religious nuts.
If you believe in execution, go live in a country with backward laws.edit on 15-12-2010 by NadaCambia because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by jerico65
Iran is going to complain to the UN about the UK human rights breach?
Hmmmm....isn't Iran the same country that hung anyone that was a homosexual?
Originally posted by NadaCambia
I've read what I wrote and my comments stand. You assumed that I shared some nonsencical belief pertaining to America being the height of Democracy and Freedom. Ergo, assumption fail.
Originally posted by templar knight
Sorry I am still not getting this.
Replace Iran with Tonga or ANY country [I hope I have not just upset any ATS Tongan people] - all countries have a right to question the Human Rights of another country - the UK will live and die by the sword. And there is a serious point, the UK often legislate far stronger than any other country - almost to the letter for various EU initiatives.
Sort of makes me think that the original posting was a little mischievous to spark the debate about Iran and the UK -when there isn't one on this posting.
As soon as by one's own propaganda even a glimpse of right on the other side is admitted, the cause for doubting one's own right is laid.
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Originally posted by woogleuk
reply to post by oozyism
identified as Ayaz Marhoni and Mahmoud Asgari, were said to have been convicted not for homosexual conduct but for raping a 13-year-old boy.