Iran: Police raid Internet cafes

Radio Free Europe reported that police force in Iran's capital, Tehran, have raided Internet cafes closing down 25 and warning 170 cafe owners for “using immoral computer games and storing obscene photos,” and for the presence of women without “proper hijab”. According to the report, 23 people have been detained during this latest campaign against “inappropriate and un-Islamic conduct”.

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  • Boscoe

    I hope the people of Iran stand up to this tyrany and through the religious nuts out and restore a true “peoples” government..

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