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Iran's inspirational protest movement - The Jewish World

Sep 26, 2022 View Original Article
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    72% Very Conservative

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    82% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    16% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

53% : The often-eccentric Elon Musk had a sensible suggestion in this regard: To exempt Starlink, which provides satellite internet access, from the tough sanctions already imposed on Iran.
47% : While the regime's President Ebrahim Raisi -- known as the "Butcher of Tehran" for his service to the regime's terrifying post-revolutionary "Death Committees" -- was attending the U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York, during which time he denied the Holocaust in an interview with "60 Minutes" and petulantly canceled an interview with CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour because of her refusal to wear a headscarf, back home protestors were chanting "Death to Raisi" and wishing the same fate on other regime figureheads, such as Mojtaba Khamenei, the son of the ailing Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his potential successor.
42% : If we accept the principle that it is for Muslim women themselves, and not the state authorities, to decide whether or not they cover their heads, then we cannot fail to be moved by the protests in Iran -- and particularly the spectacle of women of all ages tearing off their hijabs and waving them defiantly at armed security forces.
39% : Musk Has An IdeaArguably, the most vulnerable area for Iran's rulers is their attempt to control the supply and flow of information, denying internet coverage to entire neighborhoods of Tehran and blocking Instagram, one of the more popular apps used by young Iranians.
37% : From bus drivers to university teachers, once again a cross-section of Iranian society has taken to the streets of Tehran and other cities in a fresh round of protests against the brutal Islamist regime that has ruled them since 1979.
35% : Amini was arrested in Tehran by the regime's so-called "Morality Police" -- uniformed thugs whose job would correctly be understood as engaging in sexual harassment in a western context -- for the crime of wearing her hijab, or headscarf, improperly.
33% : The U.S. government has expressed its support for the protests, although President Joe Biden's address to the U.N. General Assembly was disappointingly thin on Iran, saluting the "brave women" who had taken to the streets, but saying no more.

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