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Iran: Cyrus the Great Day became a day of repression

Gamron, an Iran based blogger, writes [fa] that Iranian security forces repressed people who wanted to celebrate Cyrus the Great Day in Pasargad in Fars province. The blogger has published photos and films about this event.

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  • Alex

    It’s a Pity that in the country Cyrus created based on freedom, tolerance, justice and many other noble qualities it is being run by Barbaric Islamic people.

    Mullahs use religion just like Mohammad did, to corruptly rob the weak and assume power and control in the name of following special orders from god.

    They betray human dignity, while preaching it like all other hypocritical crooks that put themselves before ideals.

  • Alex

    It’s a Pity that in the country Cyrus created based on freedom, tolerance, justice and many other noble qualities it is being run by nice people with Barbaric Islamic Values.

    Mullahs use religion just like Mohammad did, to corruptly rob the weak and assume power and control in the name of following special orders from god. To do this they must constantly produce people that aspire to the value of ignorance in the name of god and choose to be controlled mercilessly.

    These values betray human dignity, while preaching dignity, they create hypocritical crooks that put themselves first.

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