High-speed broadband against moral standards: religious leader

LazyLion

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#3
Iranian Clerical Authorities are "against logic" and "a bunch of irrelevant tossers"....
 

cfilorux

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#5
Iranian double standards instead of moral standards

But putting Saeed Abedini is quite in line with islamic "moral" standards. Everything you dislike you lock up, like the truth. I wonder what a certain prophet who liked his women and young girls would have done on the internet.
 
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ShaunSA

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#6
Is Grand Ayatollah fancy words for Fake Muslim? And shall we be seeing massive outrage being directed at Iranian embassies?
 

KamikazeHamster

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The title is a little ambiguous. He means it's immoral to supply fast internet before the Great Firewall of Iran has been implemented.

I use "immoral" in his context, that freedom of access combined with high speeds allows higher quality porn and other evils that religious extremists fear. But once they have their firewall up, I'm sure everything will be smooth sailing in their knowledge oppressing world.
 

RazedInBlack

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“All third generation [3G] and high-speed Internet services, prior to realization of the required conditions for the National Information Network [Iran’s government-controlled and censored Internet which is under development], is against Sharia [and] against moral and human standards,” he is quoted as saying.
More proof of their stone-age mentality.

I get that he says its against Sharia because thats their crappy laws they follow but "moral" and "human standards"?
 

falcon786

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“All third generation [3G] and high-speed Internet services, prior to realization of the required conditions for the National Information Network [Iran’s government-controlled and censored Internet which is under development], is against Sharia [and] against moral and human standards,” he is quoted as saying.
Wait,what?

How is a 3g technology against Sharia and moral and human standards,he needs to explain the logic behind this if there is any.
 
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