Iran appointed to UN Commission on the Status of Women

April 29th, 2014 at 7:00 am by David Farrar

The Washington Times reports:

Iran won seats on five subcommittees of the U.N. Economic and Social Council earlier this week, including one to the Commission on the Status of — a body tasked with pressing for ’s rights around the world.

The Government of has an appalling record when it comes to women’s rights. A few of their achievements:

  • female government workers forced to observe Islamic dress code
  • women barred from becoming judges until recently
  • beaches and sports are sex-segregated
  • legal age of marriage for girls was reduced to 9 (later raised to 13)
  • exposure of any part of the body other than hands and face – is subject to punishment of up to 70 lashes or 60 days imprisonment
  •  a law proposed by the last government would ban unmarried women under the age of 40 leave the country without the permission of their fathers or brothers
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57 Responses to “Iran appointed to UN Commission on the Status of Women”

  1. igm (1,413 comments) says:

    Shows just what UN is . . . can’t wait till Clark, Carter, or Chauvel travel to Iran for a meeting, they will get “Stoned” so to speak!

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  2. redqueen (521 comments) says:

    To quote Humpey, ‘The UN is the accepted forum for the expression of international hatred’. I don’t see how that has changed, but it does make things more entertaining when Iran is representing women.

    I mean, next we’ll be complaining that the US, China, and Russia are involved in security…with no conflict of interest provisions…yeah right…

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  3. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    This is almost as bad as Obama being in bed with Saudi Arabia. In fact they launch attacks on Afghan peasants from bases there, because of what some Saudis did on 911 ! Of course that is a special exception that is allowed (by Israel) because the Saudis hate the Iranians.

    None of those religious nutters should be advising us about human rights issues. None of them…

    “Jewish ‘modesty patrols’ sow fear in Israel”
    http://www.violenceisnotourculture.org/content/jewish-%E2%80%98modesty-patrols%E2%80%99-sow-fear-israel

    In June 2008, a modesty patrol in Beitar Illit was suspected of spilling acid on a teenage girl for wearing trousers.[8][9]

    In August 2008, the Israel State Prosecutor’s office indicted seven men, allegedly from a Jerusalem modesty squad, for beating a woman and threatening her with death regarding her relationships with men. The ringleader was charged with conspiracy to commit a crime, aggravated assault, and extortion. In the same month, a man said to be a member of a chastity squad was arrested for alleged involvement in the torching of a store selling MP4 players.[10]

    In February 2012, a 70-year-old haredi woman was attacked and beaten in her home by a Modesty Patrol who suspected her of being a Christian missionary.[11]

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  4. EAD (834 comments) says:

    When the apartheid regime ruled South Africa, the South Africans were banned from the Olympics, were they not?

    Here we have a country that operates gender-apartheid, executes people for sorcery and carries out regular beheadings and stonings. Slavery is also widespread throughout the kingdom and it finances Islamic extremism all over the globe.

    Why are they allowed to associate with the civilised world?

    Oh, yes, I forgot… oil.

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  5. nasska (10,912 comments) says:

    The least we can do for Iran is to send a delegation of experts to tell them where they’ve gone wrong over the treatment of wimmin. Labour & the Greens are not short of battle hardened, hatchet faced harridans fit to carry the message & the PSA should be able to provide a selection of hairy legged persons of indeterminate gender to bear the banners.

    Stoning be buggered……the rocks would bounce off them.

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  6. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    EAD, the Persians were civilised when your ancestors were illiterate barbarians dressed in rotting animals skins sitting around picking lice out of your beards. Just saying :)

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  7. nasska (10,912 comments) says:

    …”the Persians were civilised when your ancestors were illiterate barbarians dressed in rotting animals skins sitting around picking lice out of your beards.”…..

    The taste of civilisation was brief…..the Iranians are nearly back where they started.

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  8. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    nasska, do a bit of googling on Iran. It is not the place we are told it is. I speak frequently with two Iranian women. They are just like woman anywhere and you may be surprised about their views re Arabs, religion etc.

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  9. Mobile Michael (432 comments) says:

    The UN. Contrary to its charter, it’s the international forum for hatred and intolerance.

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  10. duggledog (1,439 comments) says:

    Kea

    First mistake is to believe anything an Iranian tells you. Like Pakistanis. Would you buy a used car from an Iranian car dealer?

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  11. nasska (10,912 comments) says:

    ….”you may be surprised about their views re Arabs, religion etc”….

    It will be a variant of “Stockholm Syndrome” Kea. Their minds have been laundered.

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  12. EAD (834 comments) says:

    @ Kea 7.47am

    my apologies – I read this headline and thought this was an article on Saudi Arabia not Iran (either I fu**ed up or the text been edited after posting)?!

    I do agree with you – the Iranian people themselves are lovely and I can call a number of them close friends. Most had escaped after the revolution and I’ve always found them very decent people; educated, refined and very pro-west (and the women are quite good looking) :). The problem is not the people in Iran, it’s the people in control in Iran -the extremism over there is limited to a very small sector of the population and it is only from a those who follow Khameni blindly.

    The Saudis on the other hand – Absolutely anti-Western and anti-Christian to the core. Promote extremist fundamentalist Wahabbism all over the world. Actively fund terrorist-mosques all over the West. But the thing is, we virtually never here a peep about the Saudis…….I wonder why?

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  13. wreck1080 (3,813 comments) says:

    I can’t wait to see if we’ll now have Iranians travelling to NZ and chastising us on human rights.

    Oh the irony.

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  14. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    “The problem is not the people in Iran, it’s the people in control in Iran”

    EAD, same deal in the US and Israel. Same deal every where really.

    I condemn Irans treatment of women unreservedly. Does anyone condemn the horrific actions of Jewish extermists against women, links provided at 7:23am ?

    Nah didnt think so. I am doubtful of your commitment to womens rights.

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  15. Linda Reid (407 comments) says:

    Kea, those men committed crimes, were arrested and will no doubt be convicted. The State of Israel obviously does not support what they did. If fact you could say they ‘condemn the horrific actions of Jewish extermists against women’.

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  16. RRM (9,667 comments) says:

    Don’t come hanging round my door
    Don’t wanna see your face no more
    Iranian woman

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  17. nasska (10,912 comments) says:

    Kea

    The examples you provided of institutionalised misogyny within Israel are regrettable but I would point out that your diligent searches for such atrocities only uncovered three spanning four years from 2008 to 2012.

    How about applying the same vigour to publicising similar instances in Iran. This shithole, home to probably 40 million second class citizens (aka women), seems to escape scrutiny such as yours.

    Why?

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  18. Manolo (13,517 comments) says:

    Savages, Islamist savages!

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  19. Albert_Ross (270 comments) says:

    Many upticks for Linda Reid at 8:18. Kea, your own extract clearly stated that the men involved in those disgusting acts had been arrested and charged by the Israeli state itself.

    Yes, extremists are all as bad as each other, whatever they are extremist in. But do you really think there is an equivalence between the Israeli state, which has and enforces laws /against/ this sort of thing, and Iran, which has and enforces laws /requiring/ it?

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  20. Ross Nixon (612 comments) says:

    Has the government stopped funding the UN yet? By lunchtime would be fine with me.

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  21. Elaycee (4,333 comments) says:

    Kea: …do a bit of googling on Iran. It is not the place we are told it is.

    What bollocks. But if you think otherwise, try this:

    Walk down a street in Tehran holding hands with your partner. Or give them a peck on the cheek. Or wear shorts because it’s 35C outside. Or walk with your wife whilst she wears a dress that shows her knees. Or get her to leave the hotel without wearing a scarf. You’ll both be locked up under the Iranian modesty Laws. Even the female Iranian Olympic athletes at London had to wear full scarves and long robes whilst competing.

    Now, if you still call that ‘Women’s rights’, then goodonya. And by the way, I have a bridge for sale.

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  22. stephieboy (2,540 comments) says:

    Kea bird brain , is again been disingenuous when it comes to Israel.Yes certain ultra orthodox Jewish sects have some rather bizarre and decidedly ancient beliefs re womens rights but the state of Israel is paradise for women compared to that Theocracy birdbrain lauds and applauds.
    I think Women’s rights in Iran also need to be viewed in context of their other abysmal record against human rights such as their draconian laws against adultery ,apostasy and
    yes- would you believe Sorcery and witchcraft.Then there is
    the ongoing abysmal treatment of Christian sects , Bah’hai
    and other religious minorities.Of course the whole business of
    representation of a cabal of Islamic states on the UN Human Rights Commission , other than Iran, needs to be queried given their terrible track record against human rights e.g Saudi Arabia, The Sudan,Pakistan ( especially womens rights ) etc. And let’s not forget the avowed desire of the Taliban and Al Queada to implement their stone age version of Sharia.

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  23. Nostalgia-NZ (5,045 comments) says:

    So because of the objections to the way Iran treats women that means Iranians should be disqualified from pressing for women’s rights – that’s fairly Irish.

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  24. stephieboy (2,540 comments) says:

    Pat Condell highlights the UN travesty of a Cabal of Islamic states either present on the UN Human Rights Council or with in the UN want to prevent member countries from allegedly defaming Islam.inluded are e.g Saudi Arabia with beheading for Sorcery and Witchcraft,Stoning for Adultery in Iran,th oppression of Women in Pakistan and not to speak of Sudan where slavery is still permitted for Muslims over non Muslims.Also their President an indicted war criminal foe genocide,

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  25. Huevon (211 comments) says:

    just goes to show, the Left ruins everything. The UN started out as a great idea – post WW2, forum for resolving disputes, equal veto power to each of the great powers. Now it seems to place for putting troughed-up Leftists out to pasture on the public’s dime. How long can they continue using emotional blackmail (“what about the poor!!!””don’t you like peace!!!”) to extract contributions out of us?

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  26. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    duggledog (1,123 comments) says:

    April 29th, 2014 at 7:51 am
    Kea

    First mistake is to believe anything an Iranian the Jew tells you. Like Pakistanis Americans. Would you buy a used car from an Iranian Jew car dealer?

    ————————————————————————–

    How does it sound now ? Most Jews (well all actually !) I have met are against religious persecution. Probably why they tend to agree with my views.

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  27. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    “Walk down a street in Tehran holding hands with your partner.”

    Elaycee what utter rubbish. I know Iranian women. I have numerous photos of them cuddled up to their husbands in public.

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  28. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    Lucy this is also illegal in Iran…..

    “Jewish ‘modesty patrols’ sow fear in Israel”
    http://www.violenceisnotourculture.org/content/jewish-%E2%80%98modesty-patrols%E2%80%99-sow-fear-israel

    In June 2008, a modesty patrol in Beitar Illit was suspected of spilling acid on a teenage girl for wearing trousers.[8][9]

    In August 2008, the Israel State Prosecutor’s office indicted seven men, allegedly from a Jerusalem modesty squad, for beating a woman and threatening her with death regarding her relationships with men. The ringleader was charged with conspiracy to commit a crime, aggravated assault, and extortion. In the same month, a man said to be a member of a chastity squad was arrested for alleged involvement in the torching of a store selling MP4 players.[10]

    In February 2012, a 70-year-old haredi woman was attacked and beaten in her home by a Modesty Patrol who suspected her of being a Christian missionary.[11]

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  29. dime (9,668 comments) says:

    BAHAHAHAHA outstanding!

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  30. ShawnLH (4,441 comments) says:

    General Public Information Service.

    The actions of local ultra-Orthodox groups in Israel are not reflective of Israel as a whole, nor are they actions of the Israeli govt.

    The Iranian govt is a fascist, totalitarian State, with only an illusion of democracy.

    The Israeli govt is a functioning democracy, with vastly better rights for minorities and women than Iran.

    Iran however is very popular with the Neo-Nazi’s on KB because they hate Jews.

    Kinda dumb really, but then Neo-Nazi’s are not overly bright folks.

    Oh yeah, and I almost forgot, Jew Hating Troll Alert…….

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  31. stephieboy (2,540 comments) says:

    Again kea birdbrain you deliberately falsify the position in the State of Israel.Unlike many of their Islamic counterparts there is no overall state policy to oppress women with e.g absurd sharia burqa styled dress codes let alone women’s rights in general.As I stated before women in say Pakistan,Sudan , Saudi Arabia and Iran would find Israel paradise in terms of an overall respect for their rights.
    Incidentally Hindu militants in India attemptvfrom time to
    time enforce modesty dress codes Alongvthe lines you describe .it’s advised that women tourists and backpackers there observe modest dress codes as is the case of e.g Iran and Pakistan.In would say also that it would apply to women visiting Israel least it could offend not only, conservative or orthodox Jews ,but Muslims and Christians equally as well.

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  32. Nostalgia-NZ (5,045 comments) says:

    ‘I know Iranian women. I have numerous photos of them cuddled up to their husbands in public.’

    Kind of weird, but maybe not from somebody who ‘knows’ things through his/her work, speaking with prostitutes, people in Russia and Israel daily, intermit conversations with clergy, working in a women’s refuge, with police, drug addicts and 24/7 on line. All sort of Walter Mitty.

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  33. ShawnLH (4,441 comments) says:

    Nostalgia-NZ,

    I think it’s safe to say that most of the claims to “know this, know that, speak to these people all the time” from “Kea” are 100% pure horse manure.

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  34. David Garrett (6,786 comments) says:

    Off topic – but just a little…I wonder how much support a New Zealand political party would get for proposing we leave the UN for all of the reasons on this thread (and all the other good reasons why we should?) Not only is the organization completely useless at what it attempts to do – think the Balkan wars of the 90′s – but it is now a sad parody of what it was set up as, with tyrannical regimes like Iran appointed to police “human rights” in other countries .

    I suspect most people would not support us leaving it because the kind of shit contained in this thread is not well known…and its not the kind of issue that gets votes…

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  35. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    I Kea condemn attacks on women, modesty patrols, beatings and acid attacks, by religious extremists, including those done by Jews.

    Now your turn stupidboy & Lucy ….

    Nosty, I love hearing YOUR views on violence against women. I do not speak with anyone in Israel. I said I speak with a Jewish person often, from Syria. But don’t let the truth hamper your story writing. You should team up with the resident soldiers or Christ and write a book.

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  36. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    Nosty, I know it seems rather a lot, but easily explainable if your in the right occupation. Some of us were not “out of circulation” for extended times. My next trick is to do voluntary work for refugees. Some of which, I am told, are coming from Syria. I will keep you posted. I just hope they are not those acid throwing Jews :)

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  37. Nostalgia-NZ (5,045 comments) says:

    Make a list of what you don’t know about, what you haven’t done, or what somebody hasn’t told you Kea. Admittedly, it would be very small – possibly with no entries at all – you’re kind of stunning.

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  38. ShawnLH (4,441 comments) says:

    David G,

    There is certainly no real value in being in the UN. The real place to have any influence is with trade organisations and specific trade agreements.

    The problem with attacking the UN is that the conspiracy nutters on both the far left and far right have tainted opposition to the UN with the usual drivel, which makes reasonable critiques of the UN much more difficult.

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  39. kowtow (7,953 comments) says:

    kea, she is a self professed expert on any and every topic posted on kb.

    Not Walter Mitty.

    A troll. And a nasty one at that.

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  40. Nostalgia-NZ (5,045 comments) says:

    How’s the secret communications going Kea, sometime you’ll work out they not so secret. By all means believe everything you read or are told – that’s the professional touch you may need that when turning your next ‘trick’ as you put it.

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  41. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    Nosty, nah I am nothing special. My communications are not secret. Just ordinary talk about ordinary stuff. Surprising what ordinary people have say, in contrast to the propaganda and nonsense you and the religious nutters subscribe to.

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  42. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    Katie, I don’t think GeeeeSuS would approve of your nastyness :)

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  43. ShawnLH (4,441 comments) says:

    Surprising what ordinary Christian folk actually have to say and actually believe, compared to the propaganda and nonsense spread on KB by militant fundamentalist atheists.

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  44. Elaycee (4,333 comments) says:

    Kea: Clearly you’ve never been to Iran because what you say is crap.

    Sharia Law is alive and well in Iran. And that means their codes of dress and of ‘modesty’ are not subject to debate. For men that means attire consisting of long sleeve shirts and trousers and for women it means the hair must be covered with a scarf and the body covered to the ankle. And public displays of ‘affection’ are not tolerated. Even the NZ Embassy in Tehran strongly advises against flouting these codes. But if you think you know better, goodonya.

    So here’s a suggestion: Next time you’re in Valiasr Square, kiss your partner / give them a hug / hold their hand / wear your shorts / forget the scarf / have a drink.

    The good news for the rest of us, is that you’ll soon be unable to post more crap on KB! :lol:

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  45. DJP6-25 (1,313 comments) says:

    It’s well past time to leave the UN.

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  46. David Garrett (6,786 comments) says:

    DJ: I would suggest to ACT that they adopt such a policy… but not a vote getter I’m afraid, and ACT already has enough policies considered “out there”…So I guess we will be remaining in that corrupt org dominated by tyrants for a while yet…

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  47. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    Elaycee, okay. Next time you are in Israel you try the same in an orthodox neighbourhood. Say high to the modesty patrol while the locals spit on you. And they will spit on you.

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  48. Elaycee (4,333 comments) says:

    @Kea – No surprises you’ve gone into full reverse – your comments about Iran were total bollocks. And now you want to turn it into something about Israel? Pffttt….

    Besides, I’d be surprised if you had been to Israel either – you would have been stopped at Immigration because you’d sent their bullshit radar off the scale.

    Yup… I doubt you’ll ever find a personalised letter from MENSA in your letterbox… 8O

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  49. Sam Buchanan (502 comments) says:

    Iran must be a bloody awful place to be a women. But from what I saw of the region, it’s a whole lot better a place for women than many of the other countries around it. The place certainly doesn’t compare with the raving insanity that marks the policies of the Saudi government.

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  50. thas (61 comments) says:

    New Zealand condones the Iranian position on the Commission – at least officially. NZ and the U.S. (and, from memory, Oz) were on the committee that allowed Iran to be voted on to teh Commission by acclimation. If 1 committee member had insisted, it would have gone to a secret ballot, and Iran’s bid may have been defeated. Good men remaining silent, and all that . . .
    America’s UN ambassador, Samantha Power, even vented her outrage on Twitter after she had done nothing to stop it.

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  51. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    The place certainly doesn’t compare with the raving insanity that marks the policies of the Saudi government.

    Sam now that is no way to talk about Americas friends ! Take that back ;)

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  52. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    Kea (10,725 comments) says:
    April 29th, 2014 at 9:55 am
    I Kea condemn attacks on women, modesty patrols, beatings and acid attacks, by religious extremists, including those done by Jews.

    Now your turn stupidboy & Lucy ….
    ============================================================
    Elaycee.

    Do you condemn those things done by Jews in Israel or do you not ? I have made my position clear regarding religious nutters. Now you do the same. You have already made your views clear regarding Muslims. Now I ask what your position is regarding Jews ?

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  53. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    Elaysee just a reminder of what you are pondering :)

    In Israel, a modesty patrol (Hebrew: משמרת צניעות; also modesty guard, modesty squad, chastity squad) is the name given to vigilante gangs which act to enforce a code of modesty among the Haredi public through violence and intimidation.

    Incidents attributed to modesty patrols

    In June 2008, a modesty patrol in Beitar Illit was suspected of spilling acid on a teenage girl for wearing trousers.[8][9]

    In August 2008, the Israel State Prosecutor’s office indicted seven men, allegedly from a Jerusalem modesty squad, for beating a woman and threatening her with death regarding her relationships with men. The ringleader was charged with conspiracy to commit a crime, aggravated assault, and extortion. In the same month, a man said to be a member of a chastity squad was arrested for alleged involvement in the torching of a store selling MP4 players.[10]

    In February 2012, a 70-year-old haredi woman was attacked and beaten in her home by a Modesty Patrol who suspected her of being a Christian missionary.[11]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modesty_patrol

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  54. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    “The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in times of great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality.”

    ― John F. Kennedy

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  55. stephieboy (2,540 comments) says:

    Kea birdbrain has constantly tried to duck and evade the issues by Prrsenting isolated cases as in Israel whereAs modesty and sharia dress codes etc a mandated by the state as in Saudi Arabia and Iran as but two examples .

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  56. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    stupidboy an answer please:

    I Kea condemn attacks on women, modesty patrols, beatings and acid attacks, by religious extremists, including those done by Jews.

    Now your turn stupidboy & Lucy ….

    This is a graphic example of the damage done by religion. You can not bring yourself to condemn something so clearly wrong due to religious fables telling you the Jew is gods favorite. You are pathetic and frightening stupidboy.

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  57. Andronicus (219 comments) says:

    So many conservatives seem to hate the UN. Why?

    It is an international agency and is as strong or weak, good or bad, as its members allow it to be.

    And that includes New Zealand.

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