He walks to the door to let a chador-clad woman enter.See the video at The Daily Beast “Nobody saw you come in, did they? As she removes her chador, he continues in the same tone: “Want to do some Nasnas? What the cleric means by “do some Nasnas” is clarified by what happens next in the clip.” Of course, it is hardly news that hormones do not always heed titular expectations, but this is the first video evidence of a cleric’s misbehavior to spread publicly.Iranians’ glee at exposing such hypocrisy, however, is tinged by another sentiment: anger.Images are automatically generated from the videos.has a zero-tolerance policy against illegal pornography.Including Morrocan, and some Malaysian, any girl wearing a Hijab is also highly favored.
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The writer, who uses a pseudonym for his own safety, is a university student in Iran.
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Police claimed she had hanged herself in the temporary detention center, and the state blocked an investigation by warning that any discussion “would only give the enemy’s propagandists their much-needed opportunity to attack us.” These “opportunities” – an Orwellian euphemism for scandals – have dramatically increased in the past few months: The Tehran police chief was found to have an odd fetish, ordering six prostitutes in a brothel to say their prayers before him while naked (he is currently free on bail); the Minister of Interior faked a degree from the “London-based” Oxford University (he was recently impeached); and now the Hamadani cleric who likes to “do some Nasnas” has reportedly been sentenced to 100 lashes and banished to another province.
Such scandals have always existed, but until recently there was no means to expose them so efficiently.