Saturday, May 20, 2006
Perhaps Iran Isn't Ran By Hitler, After All
It seems that the story about just might be .

RAN'S only Jewish MP strongly denied reports in a Canadian newspaper overnight that Iran may force non-Muslims to wear coloured badges in public so they can be identified.

"This report is a complete fabrication and is totally false," Maurice Motammed said in Tehran. "It is a lie, and the people who invented it wanted to make political gain" by doing so.

The National Post newspaper quoted human rights groups as saying that Iran's parliament passed a law this week setting a public dress code and requiring non-Muslims to wear special insignia.

Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians would be forced to wear a yellow, red or blue strip of cloth, respectively, on the front of their clothes, it said.

Mr Motammed said he had been present in parliament when a bill to promote "an Iranian and Islamic style of dress for women" was voted. "In the law, there is no mention of religious minorities," he added.


I believe that Iran could very well be a risk, but no one is going to ever support any action against Iran when false reports are given to the MSM, which paint Iran in a bad light. If so many lies are put out there, no one is ever going to believe the truths.

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