Did Iran Just Ban Online Chatting?


You literally cannot make this stuff up. Iran, who has been trying to convince people to have MORE children, has decided to outlaw one of the primary forms of communication that young people use to help MAKE children. The idiocy of the Mullahs is so obvious it’s sickening, and let’s look at it from another angle. Which is that these new laws are just continuing the oppression of the Iranian peoples’ freedoms, and it looks like Rouhani has changed absolutely nothing in Iran.

Good luck to you Iranian singles out there, remember, you can always come to the states, we’re pro-family and pro-relationships!


Did Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, just ban online chatting between unrelated men and women? Both the Jerusalem Post and the exiled opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran website — not exactly unbiased sources on Iranian affairs — say he has. The “ban” is sourced to a response the religious leader gave to a question submitted to his website by a conflicted follower. “Given the immorality that often applies to this, it is not permitted,” Khamenei answered. But a religious ruling does not an official ban make. Fatwas, or religious opinions disseminated by clerics, are not binding. So while Khamenei might discourage his followers from online chatting, for fear that it might lead to flirtation, or worse, he is not likely to order Iran’s religious police to start patrolling chat rooms and looking over texter’s shoulders.

If Iran’s leadership were serious about stopping potentially licentious chatting, they would do…

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