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  1. Sahar K and Iran

    I'm in London, very multicultural and a good representation of England. All cultures, nationalities and faiths are found here and is a reason why London functions as it does.
  2. Sahar K and Iran

    A devout Christian, Jew and Muslim would all lead near identical lives if they follow their religion as it is meant to be. Muslims just happen to be flavour of the month which is why you think that the religion needs evolving, if you were to study a bit you'd find that the Burqa isn't necessary...
  3. Sahar K and Iran

    That's how they keep control of the people, for a woman to promote removing the hijab the government comes down hard saying that its an un-Islamic concept, the lady being someone who wants to change the religion, dilute teachings etc. so the more religious lot will buy that. and if you oppose...
  4. Sahar K and Iran

    They use religion to clamp down on activists example being jail for not covering the hair as Ronn said. Nowhere in religion is it stated that is it fine to jail a woman for not covering her hair but the military and police are strong enforcers of such laws. Again, it's a cover for brutality and...
  5. Sahar K and Iran

    For some it's salvation, some people couldn't live without it. People who are religious need a deep understanding and sincerity. If you follow text with sincerity but no understanding you get fanatic behaviour and a rigid mindset. If you have a deep understanding but no sincerity you'll get a...
  6. Sahar K and Iran

    The Imams have a huge influence, they play the religion card to manipulate so many and particularly Muslims who you brainwash easily by taking Quranic text out of context. Very similar to ISIS methods. People who think outside the Iranian box get punished, if any thought or idea is forced...
  7. Sahar K and Iran

    Middle East is a complex mess, people suffering because of government hypocrisy who use religion to abuse their rights.