r/NewIran Nov 29 '22 Silver 11 Helpful 11 Heartwarming 1 Narwhal Salute 1 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1 Wholesome 4 All-Seeing Upvote 2 Take My Energy 4 Take My Power 1 Sidevote 1 Timeless Beauty 1

To the people who don't interact in anyway in this subreddit. Comment to let us know you are alive. Commenting has higher value than upvotes, write some random useless shit in comments, don't care because that will help it reach it on the front page than just upvoting Support | حمایت

Remember Commenting>upvoting

but upvoting and commenting is a bonus!

Edit: holy shit this hit the front page thank you so much!

if you would be kind to show support i suggest doing the following

Fight against fascism, Help Iranian women to remove theocratic government from power. doing your part today helps your countries future.

https://www.gofundme.com/f/FreeIranCallForMedia

https://fundraise.givesmart.com/form/_TNnXA

https://www.iranrights.org/donate

https://united4iran.org/en/act-now.html

Amnesty International’s appeal, which is asking for emergency donations to help to fund their investigation into ongoing events in Iran. Donate here.

https://donate.amnestyusa.org/page/114017/donate/1?ea.tracking.id=MRPaidSearchFR2022&supporter.appealCode=W22XXADEVR1P&en_og_source=W22XXADEVR1P&gclid=Cj0KCQjw4omaBhDqARIsADXULuWqHFHQWU536QMlXgdarZHE4FWvq7-esaSb_npWJiFg_lR7NzVBHxMaAqtFEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

United for Iran, an organisation of coders, developers and activists working to support Iran through technology and online advocacy. Find out more and donate here. https://united4iran.org/en/donate.html

more ways if you can't donate

1)support and follow r/NewIran .

2)sign this petition: https://www.change.org/p/remove-robert-malley-as-iran-envoy

4) Follow these activists on twitter and spread their message

Masih Alinejad—an Iranian journalist (@masih.alinejad)

Golshifteh Farahani—an Iranian actress (@golfarahani)

Christiane Amanpour—an Iranian journalist (@camanpour)

1500tasvir—an Iranian activist (@1500tasvir)

Nazanin Boniadi—an Iranian actress & a member of the CHRI board (@nazaninboniadi)

from: Iran—a feminist coalition of unheard Iranian voices (@from____iran)

Middle East Matters—a community organization (@middleeastmatters)

Sarah Ramani—an Iranian activist (@sarahrmni)

5)MOST IMPORTANTLY FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD! DON'T LET IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL HAPPEN.

To help it not happen call/write to your representatives.

So far, the Biden administration has released statements of support for the women and anti-government protestors of Iran. They have also given tech companies permission to provide internet support and social media messaging to the people of Iran. However, some of these apps require paid subscriptions, which can be unaffordable for the many Iranians currently living under the strain of U.S.-imposed sanctions.

Right now, Iranian activists are calling on President Biden to halt negotiations to revive the 2015 nuclear deal (JCPOA).This deal would pump money directly into the pockets of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which absolutely sends the wrong message at the moment. This dictatorship needs to know that there are consequences to their violence. Therefore, it’s imperative that we call our government representatives and demand that the United States put nuclear talks with Iran on hiatus. As long as the Islamic Republic continues to use violence as a means of controlling and punishing peaceful protestors, a nuclear deal with Iran should not be signed. Hadi Gheimi—executive director of CHRI and human rights activist—is also asking President Biden to demand action from the United Nations in New York and the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. There must be accountability for life the Islamic Republic of Iran takes.

6)Attend protests.

A vote will be held on December 14 to remove IR from the UN women's right commission.

make sure you tell your representatives to vote Yes!

wow... why were they there in the first place.

Popular Iranian rapper who made many songs supporting Ukraine is arrested and under death sentence. It would be really appreciated if you can speak out for him.

https://preview.redd.it/jg60pw0aa33a1.jpg?width=486&format=pjpg&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=9bab435a47cae92aeba88b60ec71dcdd3d561ca1

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Currently they even arrested a model for allegedly protesting for more rights she made a post on Instagram but people believe that it was a morality police agent that forced her to say she was safe:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CldsW0dML9R/

https://preview.redd.it/3gor5koh933a1.png?width=862&format=png&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=57d666c95ddebef685661fce23cc26cb62e9e9d3

some photos of iranian children murdered by IRGC and Basiji (morality police):

https://preview.redd.it/fp73fqim933a1.png?width=1121&format=png&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=aa967933ec6724911ad6c7879992982a7fa1f308

https://preview.redd.it/r8zsdz2s833a1.png?width=648&format=png&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=9072006befaf3c2bbb70169dd3bdf846894ce65b

https://preview.redd.it/fep40jpu833a1.png?width=591&format=png&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=aab8c119b8ab182b2e648e295038ba17a18c0f05

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u/EschoolThrowaway Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Cyber Basijis are seething at the hands of this post, which means we’re doing something right. They have failed to silence the Iranian people and their allies!

زن زندگی آزادی

ژن ژیان ئازادی


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u/Sterling239 Nov 29 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

I want a free Iran

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u/WishOnSpaceHardware Nov 29 '22

I was told there would be free Iran... Where do I get my free Iran?!

(No, but seriously... I really want a free Iran)

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u/itsnickk Nov 29 '22

Free Iran*

*with the purchase of an Iran of lesser or equal value

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u/arin0991 Feminist | زن زندگی آزادی Nov 29 '22

I would like to exchange this Iran for a new, free Iran.

This one is faulty.

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u/MaxTHC Nov 30 '22

Hello, we've been trying to reach you about your Iran's extended warranty

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u/Efecto_Vogel Spain | اسپانیا Nov 29 '22

Don’t we all?

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u/funniegyptianman Egypt | مصر Nov 29 '22

We all want it

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u/c137Zach United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22 Silver Helpful Take My Energy Bravo Grande!

As an outsider, I always feel like I’m intruding if I do anything other than lurk. I’m so impressed and inspired by the people of Iran. I know other people are too.

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u/DonQuixote337 United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

American here who feels the same way.

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u/Industrial_Tech Nov 29 '22

Yeah it feels awkward when a non Iranian comment goes near the top of the comments in a post. This feels like the right way.

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u/TheProdigalMaverick Constitutionalist | مشروطه Nov 30 '22

Ask us questions. Don't insert unsolicited advice, but ask us questions.

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u/sodabutter Nov 30 '22

I’m not sure I have questions today but I’m trying to make sure I see what’s happening and I’m grateful to you for sharing.

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u/KiritoIsAlwaysRight_ Nov 29 '22

Same here from Texas. Gives me hope that progress is possible and people can change things, because locally it seems like folks have just given up to the regressives.

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u/lycosa13 Nov 29 '22

Yup, me too. Also from Texas

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u/Tesalake Nov 29 '22

4th though I'm about to leave Texas

Stay strong Iran

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u/gonzojeff Nov 29 '22

Originally from Texas, but now I live in Germany. I strongly support all the people fighting for their freedom in Iran right now. More power to you.

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u/Efficient_Year_9752 Nov 30 '22

Texan and longtime lurker on reddit. Iranians got my support too. Its heartbreaking hearing their government is doing to them.

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u/wellthatkindofsucks Nov 29 '22

American from California here. This post was a good reminder. I’ve seen quite a few “this sub is full of outsiders who don’t know anything about Iran” comments and I’ve thought “yup, that’s me.” Plus being American, I hesitate to intrude on a space where everyone would be perfectly in the right to hate my guts. In the future i will comment to increase visibility. I might not know anything about Iran but I know heroes when I see them.

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u/pepparoni_pig Nov 29 '22

Same here. I’m American and 100% rooting for the people of Iran, but I really don’t know too much Iran and don’t want to say something ignorant or false.

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u/LuMo096 Nov 29 '22

Same here in California

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u/InfamousMOBB Nov 29 '22

Sames from New Jersey

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u/369_Clive United Kingdom | بریتانیا Nov 29 '22

Same here from the U.K. I do know a couple of people (in my church) who are Iranian and what they tell me reflects what I'm seeing on the news and in this sub. Every day I pray that the people of Iran would throw off the burden of oppression and brutality. I'm so in awe of the bravery I see amongst ordinary people. Those who risk physical, mental and sexual violence once, twice, many times. Total respect and admiration.

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u/notnicolexoxo United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Yes, an American that feels the same way. I wish I could do more to help other than just offer support, I can't even imagine how horrific and terrifying it is in Iran right now. I'm amazed by your bravery and strength. God Bless you all, I have faith that, within time, this evil regime will crumble and women will be FREE!

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

Same.

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u/CrowDreaming Nov 29 '22

This is it for me. I upvote all posts for visibility but i didn't know it wasn't as useful as commenting.

I'm just an American old lady, but i am here to cheer on all you ladies out there fighting for freedom!

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u/SilkyZubat Nov 29 '22

Joining in to say this.

I don't have anything to offer other than my support, and even that feels so hollow so far away from conflict.

All I can offer is myself, so if anyone out there is struggling and wants to talk, my DMs are open. I'm not (yet!) a nurse so I can't offer anything official, but I'd like to help in a way that I can.

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u/LittleLion_90 European Union | اتحادیه اروپا Nov 29 '22

Same here from Europe. Just commenting this because the post asked for comments. I don't want to flood Iranian discussions and reporting with my naive words of ignorance.

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u/Maleficent_Plenty_16 Nov 29 '22

Yep, I'm on the same boat. I'm subscribed to a few Ukrainian groups and at first it was the same, but then I started learning a lot about their current situation, political struggles etc. and it feels less awkward now. Hope the same happens here.

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u/nytropy Ireland | ایرلند Nov 29 '22

How I feel too. I’m Irish and felt it was crass to comment here as an outsider given how extreme things are for Iranians who post here. But I will start commenting from now on

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u/MMaesd Nov 29 '22

Same here

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u/hamptonlove Nov 29 '22

Samsies. Well put.

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u/KreissageRS Nov 29 '22

I just wanted to say I feel the same way. I joined this sub to get a better understanding of events that are greatly affecting the lives of people very close and dear to me.

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u/BatmansbrotherBill Ireland | ایرلند Nov 29 '22

Same from Ireland

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u/jalanb Ireland | ایرلند Nov 29 '22

Mise freisin

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u/JovaSilvercane13 United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Preaching to the choir!

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u/Real_Life_Firbolg United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Same from Ohio

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u/SirKrylon Nov 29 '22

Same, especially as an American. Some of us are actually quite humble and embarrassed by our overall arrogance of US citizens.

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u/Puta_Poderosa Nov 29 '22

Same here! I wanna learn but not impose

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u/obiwankaynobi Nov 29 '22

You me same

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u/zugidor European Union | اتحادیه اروپا Nov 29 '22

Same here

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u/DonicFronic Nov 29 '22

Same here. Wishing yall the best tho

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u/Randomacounnt European Union | اتحادیه اروپا Nov 29 '22

Same

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u/Elevationsikkness Nov 29 '22

Glad someone said it, I'm mostly watching in awe

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u/GootandDamwell Nov 29 '22

I agree with you.

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u/TacoGod41 Canada | کانادا Nov 29 '22

Same

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u/lostabroad1030 Nov 29 '22

I feel the same way.

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u/Coopd1zzle Nov 29 '22

Same from Chicago

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u/porsche911Pathogen New Iran Translator Nov 29 '22

same

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u/dzee7 Nov 29 '22

I’ll help in any way. Here’s my verbiage. Lol. I’m so proud of y’all. I joined this Reddit in your very first days. Being a woman I’m appalled and horrified how brutal y’all have been treated. I had no idea. Sorry. Since I’ve researched trying to understand. In America it’s been told Iran hates us. Wants to kill us. When in fact, that’s coming from this evil Islamic republic that is NOT the view of the people, but this dictator. He’s sending military supplies to Pootin. Pure evil. I support the people of Iran-Persians. Not the IR. Please explain what’s happening with translation in English is Greatly appreciated. Stay strong and safe. We care.

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u/margbardiktator New Iran | ایران نو Nov 29 '22

Thanks 🙏🏻 we appreciate you

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u/Princess_Kate United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

The Iranian people had good reason to hate the U.S. because we were meddling meddlers back in the 1950’s and installed a dictator because Iran’s democratically elected leader at the time started to nationalize Iran’s natural resources that the West played a part in developing. Twenty-some years of living under the Shah led to the revolution in 1979.

But we weren’t told that. We were just told that the Iranians were evil kidnappers. Never mind that the country turned into a theocracy practically overnight, and many? most? a lot? of them have been over it for years. They’re putting themselves in harm’s way and showing amazing courage. There’s little we can do to help because a) it will be spun as the U.S. interfering again, and b) we can’t lift sanctions because the IRI (the leaders) have demonstrated willingness to be an agent of chaos in the Middle East.

Downvote me to hell, but Iran (Persia) is probably the most civilized culture in the region - so ironic that this is the position we all find ourselves in. The West is sympathetic but can’t lift a finger, and Iran, because of its awful leadership, looks decidedly uncivilized.

I’m proud of you, I support you, and I hope there comes a day soon that we can start mending fences. ❤️ from 🇺🇸.

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u/ErinGodzilla Nov 30 '22

For real, I was definitely never taught any of this in history class in school in USA. I have an Iranian coworker who told me these things. Seeing her struggling right now and learning what is happening literally brings me to tears. I am here to be more informed and to add one more person who supports the cause.

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u/Thin_Adhesiveness_66 Nov 29 '22 Helpful All-Seeing Upvote

Use the motto if you are not sure what to write: Zan Zandegi Azadi!

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u/Accurate_Storm2588 Nov 29 '22

What does this mean please? I've seen it many times and just don't know what it's meant to say.

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u/Thin_Adhesiveness_66 Nov 29 '22

Zan=woman Zandegi=Life Azadi=Freedom

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u/hanimal16 United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

I find it interesting that woman is “zan” and life starts with “zan-“ :)

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u/Thin_Adhesiveness_66 Nov 29 '22

I do too because its true, but the pronounciation is different..more like Zaen, Zendegi, Azadi

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u/hanimal16 United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Thank you for clarification ❤️ is Arabic hard to learn? When I was younger, Aramaic was spoken to me, but I know they’re different.

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u/a_fair_finn Nov 30 '22

Hi there! Iranian languages include Persian (Farsi, Dari, and Tajik dialects), Pashto, Kurdish, Luri, and Baloch.

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u/hanimal16 United States | آمریکا Nov 30 '22

I apologize very much. I hope I didn’t offend. Clearly I don’t know anything. And now I have something to learn! So thank you ☺️

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u/Honky_Dory_is_here Nov 30 '22

You know people who still use Aramaic?? Fascinating! Also, Farsi is the language of Iran.

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u/Sleeplesshelley Friendly American | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Thank you!

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u/greendemon42 United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

I'm following with interest but rarely comment, as I am here in America.

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u/Just_Another_AI Nov 29 '22

Same. But I upvote like crazy!

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u/DangerIllObinson Nov 29 '22

Maybe not a useless question. Could someone familiar with the language explain the usage and nuance to basij / basiji? In one of the early discussions, it was explained as an official member of some sort of cultural enforcement agency, seemingly a member of the government. However, in other posts, I’ve seen it used in the context of anyone opposing the movement, even referring to foreigners to Iran, or posters on Reddit.

Is it slang? Is it an official title in the government? Is the term being co-opted? Anyone familiar with the language spare a little knowledge for me? Much appreciated.

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u/WomanLifeLiberty Iran’s Daughter | دختر ایران Nov 29 '22

Basij is a a paramilitary volunteer militia that goes under IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp). A member of Basij is called a Basiji. Since it's a volunteer group, anyone who wants to serve the supreme leader/ islamic values can join the group. This word has a lot of negative connotations since Basijis suppress anyone who's against the government. So to us anyone that supports the government is a Basiji.

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u/DangerIllObinson Nov 29 '22

Thank you for the clarification

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u/Boushveg- Republic | جمهوری Nov 29 '22

It worth mentioning that it started during the Iran-Iraq war, when young people volunteered to go to fight were called basiji, it simply means to mobilize, later implemented to IRGC to brain wash kids from school age, it's a massive and very organized organization

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u/jmckay2508 Canada | کانادا Nov 29 '22

I check in on the Sub daily from Canada, sending you much love & support.
Fight on sisters and brothers

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u/HayDiosMio- Nov 29 '22

Esta bien pues

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u/Efecto_Vogel Spain | اسپانیا Nov 29 '22

Hombre no me esperaba encontrar a otro hispanohablante aquí sinceramente

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u/Maleficent_Plenty_16 Nov 29 '22

Hay varios, la libertad no conoce de idiomas.

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u/John_Doe4269 Portugal | پرتغال Nov 29 '22

In 1974, after decades of fascist dictatorship, with a large part of the country living in basically medieval conditions, not to mention the waves of young men drafted to fight a colonial war just so that our dictator could keep the African territories...
We had a revolution, a coup by the military which handed over power to a consortium of lawyers, public intellectuals, and elected representatives, in order to draft a new Constitution and political body.
We narrowly avoided a communist takeover, mind you, but gladly, nobody died.

Let me repeat that: we had a transition from a fascist regime to a social democracy, and nobody died.
I'm not saying that's what's to be expected, unfortunately, in Iran's case. I'm not even saying that it's a reasonable proposition.
But I think it's important to remember what is possible - a revolution is not an inherently bloodthirsty act. In our case, it took the military leaders believing in the supreme legitimacy of the people. In the Iranian military's case, that regretably does not seem to be expected...
However, I wonder, with all the potential of Iranian culture, and all the strength of the Iranian people, what will be made possible.

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u/trycuriouscat United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Amazing! It seems like a military coup often ends in disaster. Glad to see it worked out for Portugal! No idea if it could work for Iran.

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u/MrTeamKill Nov 30 '22

PORTUGAL CARALHO!

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u/Warm_Ad_640 Nov 29 '22

I support a free and democratic Iran.

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u/GeneralLeoLives Nov 29 '22

We’re rooting for you Iran 🇮🇷🇨🇦

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u/foxfajiggle Nov 29 '22

The people, not the government

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u/_Avalonia_ Nov 29 '22

Watching, listening, and rooting for those under an authoritarian regime. Iranian people deserve better, good luck

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u/Zealousideal-Move372 Nov 29 '22

Hi everyone, I'm polish but I grew up in Ireland. My best friend in high school was a girl from Iran, Tehran. Her parents took her brothers and her out of the country as soon as they had a chance; here she's a biochemist that does amazing work in her field now. Same goes for her brothers. I just can't possibly imagine what it's like, for some people to just come into your country and tell you what to do! It's ridiculous. It has always been ridiculous. And horrifying. I hope/know that you're all going to win because as of now, there's no going back for them. The regime funking imploded on itself and I just want to watch it burn with a smile on my face. I also cannot stop thinking about Armita Abbasi. It's all so damn tragic. I want all these khomeinins or whatever to suffer. And I hope that they know that they will do just that. Thank you for being so inspiring, beautiful Iran of the people ❤️

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u/DangleSnipeCely Nov 29 '22

Iran all the way home just to respond

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u/WWWH__--- United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Ha

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u/dzee7 Nov 29 '22

FYI. I’ve tried to show my support. My comments removed. On another thread regarding death penalty to children. Idk why?

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u/WomanLifeLiberty Iran’s Daughter | دختر ایران Nov 29 '22

I can see your comments on the other post.

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u/Accurate_Storm2588 Nov 29 '22

I would comment more but I understand little of what is said here as it's often not in English (Sorry, I just read the one language) or the references are to things I know nothing about. But I really want the people of Iran to successfully drive out the evil regime in their country, so I will strive to post more.

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u/NikD4866 Nov 29 '22

Keep on kicking ass, people of Iran. To the Iranian government: Fuck you.

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u/plumbusinsuranceltd Nov 29 '22

Yes and double yes, in the butt.

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u/Sarsaparilla_drinker Republic | جمهوری Nov 29 '22

Kir too Basij✌️

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u/unusedusername42 Sweden | سوئد Nov 29 '22

I support a free Iran

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u/Krizpikkk Nov 29 '22

Zan zandegi asadi

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u/martensG Nov 29 '22

För a democratic Republic of Iran

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u/nigel_noodle_doodle Nov 29 '22

Shit that is random and useless but packed with love and support. Very high fibre shit

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u/iUnderstandWheels Canada | کانادا Nov 29 '22

Zan Zandegi Azadi! Woman Life Freedom! From Canada 🇨🇦

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u/TFEBumpis Nov 29 '22

Some useless random crap.

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u/BattleGoose_1000 Nov 29 '22

Your courage is inspiring and breathtaking.

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u/Responsible_Comb_227 Israel | اسرائیل Nov 29 '22

I'm Israeli and don't know how to help :(

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u/Specialist_Ad5114 ✒️ Translator | مترجم Nov 29 '22

I hope USA wins the match.

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u/arin0991 Feminist | زن زندگی آزادی Nov 29 '22

Looks like you got your wish granted!

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u/biscione111 Nov 29 '22

To seeing a free Iran soon 🦁☀️

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u/Scarred4Life51 Nov 29 '22

I frequently see New Iran posts on my Frontpage. Course, my default sort is New Hour, so I see lots of stuff that doesn't have a lot of upvotes or comments. Getting all the way to the Frontpage with the typical hot sort takes a lot of momentum.

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u/DellaLu Nov 29 '22

Lurker here. Also American; so my two bits - highly supportive and definitely want the shape and nature of your future to be yours, so it's also highly frustrating seeing some of the insensitive western/armchair critiquing and I'm sorry that's having to be dealt with given the events.

Keeping up with Ukraine brought this subreddit to my attention, and I'm so glad it did. I hope this comment helps increase the visibility, and adds an additional note of support! 💛💛

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u/hbd4 Brazil | برزیل Nov 29 '22

As a Brazilian who has been lurking on this sub for quite a while, I'm watching history happening in social media and I'm in awe of both your efforts to topple the regime and the sheer amount of money and resources khamenei puts in suppressing it (to the point where I feel like the only difference between him and a cartoon villain is the fact that he is real)

Mulher, vida, liberdade

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u/Appropriate-Group-60 Traditionalist | سنتی Nov 29 '22

Long live iran زن زندگی آزادی

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u/Ozemi85 Turkey | ترکیه Nov 29 '22

Free irannnnn. We support you guys👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻 turkish dutchman🙋🏻‍♂️

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u/dandy-in-the-ghetto Nov 29 '22

European lurker here. Just rooting for free, peaceful, democratic Iran for you, brave protesters ❤️ with no discrimination, no persecution and no armed thugs murdering their own nation to protect the dictatorship.

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u/poor_adrian New Iran | ایران نو Nov 29 '22

🐢(^∇^)ノ♪

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u/samipuzzled Nov 29 '22

Good luck.

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u/Astropwr Nov 29 '22

Please keep up the good work! You guys deserve all the freedom and this is history in the making!

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u/BuntesZebra Germany | آلمان Nov 29 '22

Zan zandegi asadi. Frau, Leben, Freiheit.

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u/owiygul Nov 29 '22

Viva Iran, down with the mullahs.

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u/SlightlyAnnoyed7 United States | آمریکا Nov 29 '22

Sorry. I feel like I shouldn’t be commenting that much because I don’t know what I could contribute. Just know that I support your guys. Long love a free Iran!

Women. Life. Freedom.

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u/JeffWest01 Nov 29 '22

Support from the USA.

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u/Autanman European Union | اتحادیه اروپا Nov 29 '22

Italian here, I really hope to see a new free Iran soon!

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u/Drunk_M0mmy Nov 29 '22

Women! Life! Freedom!!!

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u/curious_monster Nov 29 '22

Here in support!

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u/SunshineAllDayLong Nov 29 '22

I support you.

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u/SWNerd2188 Guatemala | گواتمالا Nov 29 '22

sdfghjk

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

Be the change you want to see.

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u/slayersaint Nov 29 '22

Just a fellow citizen of the world pulling for the people of Iran. ❤️

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u/Ashki_ak86 Constitutionalist | مشروطه Nov 29 '22

Some random useless shit

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u/TOXIC_BOI_2000 Nationalist | رستاخیز Nov 29 '22

Fdodjdhsk

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u/Bellum_Romanum05 Sweden | سوئد Nov 29 '22

Hellö

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u/West_Ad7781 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

Pašminé puš-e tondxu k-az ešq našnid'ast bu
Az masti-yaš ramz-i begu tâ tark-e hošyâri konad

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u/mindingtheyakkha Nov 29 '22

My heart with all of you ❤️ 🙏

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u/phpedram Nov 29 '22

عاشقتونم مردم شجاعم ❤️

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u/chromaticswing Nov 29 '22

Kaya niyo yan, ingat!

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u/MZA_99 Nov 29 '22

♥️♥️ viva la revolución de Iran trust it will be successful

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u/MoyenMoyen France | فرانسه Nov 29 '22

Support from France here

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u/DeadDeadBunny Brazil | برزیل Nov 29 '22

Iran, Brazil is by your side<3

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u/LingonberryPancakes Nov 29 '22

We are alive and following closely

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u/HelloMeatbag317 Nov 29 '22

Love from America

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u/smiles__ Nov 29 '22

I added Tor's Snowflake to my browser to help people get around censorship.

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u/Needofhelp44 Nov 29 '22

Freedom to you

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u/Moogyban Nov 29 '22

Yepppppp

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u/kalinuxer553 Nov 29 '22

(the non-brainwashed) Hungarians stand with NewIran New Iran