Pot calling the kettle Black
Iran is not what I would call a nice place to live. I’m sure that there are parts of the city and surrounding countryside that may be pleasing to the eye, but that does not make a happy home. Violence in Iran is commonplace, about as normal as rush hour twice a day. Freedom in Iran is non-existent, at least in the form that I believe is freedom. Women in Iran are not treated much better than slaves, and their children’s future distorted and destined for doom with the conditioning for violence and prejudice taught so young.
With all that in mind it is difficult to understand how Iran could accuse other Countries of being “bullies”. If I recall correctly, it was Iran that said to the world it wanted Israel wiped from the face of the Earth. Also, it is in Iran that human rights have been discarded basically in Martial Law forcing the Country to abide by it’s laws of behaviour, Islam, Shariah law, and the Kuran. I won’t get into discussions about the hypocrisy because I don’t have the time(that would take years). I think Iran needs to clean up it’s own behaviour before it starts pointing fingers elsewhere.
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