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Created by John Eipper on 09/06/21 3:38 PM

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Taliban's Treatment of Women (Massoud Malek, USA, 09/06/21 3:38 pm)

This is the first time I feel that the US and fellow members of NATO should invade Afghanistan to free the women and educated people from Pakistanis, fascist Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf's Emirates.

Islam has never been a religion of peace. A book that plagiarized the New and Old Testaments is not sent from the ultimate power who designed paradises in different galaxies for insects, donkeys and humans.

In order to govern, you must be educated and read books in different areas of science, literature, finance and many other fields; reading only a single uncomprehensible book doesn't prepare you to govern.

The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, was a bus driver before reaching power. Look how its citizens are fleeing the country. Venezuelan women are forced into prostitution in Colombia in order to feed their families.

I have seen video clips in the Dari language showing young Afghan men joining the Taliban who are promising them to invade Iran and other countries with their sophisticated American weapons. Once victorious, all the girls as young as 11 will become their slaves. Soon all the non-Sunni women of the world will become their property. The Taliban claim that Muhammad allowed men to have sex with their slaves without marrying them, so they are not limited to four women. The Taliban tell their recruits that a nice thing about joining them is that you could get beautiful women in this world before reaching paradise. Muslim women after death are going to drink the purest water in beautiful gardens. No brothels for women.

Fourteen centuries ago, a bunch of barbarians without any culture invaded Persia and raped young girls and women, then they told the girl that if you are blessed, God will put the seed of a child who is the descendant of the Prophet. Today in Iran there are many millions of descendants of bastards of 14 centuries ago who are called Seyed. They must be respected by everybody. A mullah who is the descendant of a bastard wears a black turban. Today Iran is governed by two Seyeds, Kameneii, the Supreme Leader and Ibrahim Raiisi, the President.

At least seven hundred Iranians are dying of Covid-19 every day. The supreme leader told people, this is not a big deal, just repeat three times the prayer "Sobhanela" and God saves you from this disease.

According to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, all the high-ranking members of the government got their Pfizer vaccines, then the Supreme Leader is telling the whole country that no one is allowed to import vaccines made in the US or Great Britain.

Today the German television DW, showed a Talib whipping a girl for talking with a boy on the phone.

JE comments: Lots to chew on here. Massoud, what more can you tell us about the Taliban threats to the IRI (Islamic Republic of Iran)?  The Taliban have a long history of oppressing Afghanistan's Shiite minority.  Wouldn't it be in the interest of the West to exploit this hostility to win an ally (or at least a useful enemy's enemy) in Tehran?


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