Thursday, January 13, 2005

More Oppression in Iran

Apparently fighting for women and children's rights in Iran is something that must be squelched at all costs. Does this surprise anyone, coming as it does from a regime that has repeatedly hanged women who have sex outside marriage, while giving men a few lashes? This is the kind of justice that women can expect under the mullahs and their religion of peace.

I hope the international community will soon express its outrage if Ebadi, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, is arrested by the "Revolutionary" court of Iran. At least as much outrage as they were able to muster about terrorists being subjected to music from Sesame Street and Barney in Iraq.

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