Friday, May 04, 2007

Don't Arrest My Mum!

Little boy is pictured crying and pleading as his mum is arrested for showing a few strands of her hair.
I was so enraged when I saw this picture, I am glad there was no Islamic Republic apologist any where near me, for I swear, I would have floored them there and then.
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7 comments:

C.H. said...

Oh that's so sad to see.
On the other hand, it's good for the world to see and it should be displayed in as many places as possible.
This little boy is the future of Iran and this event should shape this child's view of the regime for the rest of his life.

Anonymous said...

This is nothing compared to all those kids who lived in prison with their mothers. Kids who watched their mothers be taken for interrogation and then watched their wounded mothers dragged back to the cell again.
One day all the crimes of the mollahs will be revealed and their promoters in the West will be as embarassed as the likes of those who were fascinated by Mao and Stalin.

serendip said...

Thank you for posting this picture. It speaks volume. And thank you anon for your poignant comment.

Rancher said...

Wow, what can we do to help? I know, we can all come up with ways to make the oppression of Iranians more efficient and cheap! Innovative technologies can help moral police

"One day all the crimes of the mollahs will be revealed and their promoters in the West will be as embarassed as the likes of those who were fascinated by Mao and Stalin."

Doubt it. There are those who still are enamored with Communism, look at all the Che t-shirts around.

City boy said...

Atleast the regime is showing it's true face, as Nabavi commented on it, everyone needs to remember that their government is directly responsible for their misery. Their strict hijab enforcement is one that no one can blame on the Zionist conspiracies :)

Winston said...

reminds me of Nazis who stopped French, Belgians, Dutch, Poles ... et al during the 2nd world war and took them to buses and jailed them.

Bardia said...

This is the another message for who dose not care about these sons' future.