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The path from online propaganda to murder isn’t only the domain of Islamic State—A Wise person
I would like to relay France's support and my sisterly salute to Nasrin Sotoudeh who is currently behind bars in Iran.—Marlene Schiappa, Secretary of Equality between women and men in the French government
Mexico will pay for the wall—A liar
"Were/are you a supporter of Donald Trump?" he asked himself. "As a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose? Sure. As a policy maker and leader? Dear god no."—New Zealand Mass Shooter
California has the largest death row in the country with 737 condemned inmates and more than 2/3rds are people of color. The death penalty runs counter to our fundamental understanding of human rights and values. As governor, I cannot and will not oversee the execution of anyone.—Gov Gavin Newsome
“If one surround himself with thieves, liars and charlatans, good chances are that he is a charlatan himself”—Common Sense Jr.
“If you make millions of dollars and you don’t pay your share of taxes, then you are a lying cheat and a charlatan”—Common Sense Sr.
When Javad Zarif responds to questions about Iran’s human rights abuses by saying “Iran has an independent judiciary”, this is what he’s referring to: Iran’s Supreme Leader has appointed Ebrahim Raeesi to head the country’s judiciary. Why is that a bad idea? He was involved in mass executions of thousands of political prisoners to list just one of the many reasons. —Karim Sadjadpour
'Why is it OK for me to talk about the influence of the [National Rifle Association], or fossil fuel industries or Big Pharma, and not talk about a powerful lobbying group that is influencing policy?'"—Rep. Ilhan Omar
40years after the revolution that brought an Islamo-fascist totalitarian state & destroyed Iran, Soroush—an early ideologue now lauded as a “liberalizing” religious intellectual—unapologetically praises Khomeini as modern Iran’s most learned leader. —Miriam Memarsadeghi, co-founder/co-director Tavaana
You [Benjamin Netanyahu] have hurt the image of public service and public faith in it. You acted in a conflict of interests, you abused your authority while taking into account other considerations that relate to your personal interests and the interests of your family. You corrupted public servants working under you.—Israel's Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit
A Swiss journalist asked me: There're bigger problems. Why protest compulsory hijab? I removed my shawl, wrapped it around his head & said "Let’s talk about bigger problems". At that moment he said he felt suffocated & Belittled. See his reaction.—Masih Alinejad
I am ashamed that I chose to take part in concealing Mr. Trump's illicit acts rather than listening to my own conscience. I am ashamed because I know what Mr. Trump is. He is a racist. He is a conman. He is a cheat.—Michael Cohen, Former Trump's Lawyer and Fixer
“Ivanka, like her father and siblings, was born on third base and thinks she invented baseball.”—dailybeast
It is precisely here that one detects the abysmal gulf which separates a Christ or a Buddha, let us say, from a Hitler or a Mussolini. With the latter it is sheer Will which manifests itself, and which in the end destroys itself. In the case of the former it is a vital emanation from a being at peace with himself and the world, and consequently irresistible. —Henry Miller
We note Javad Zarif’s resignation. We’ll see if it sticks. Either way, he and Hassan Rouhani are just front men for a corrupt religious mafia. We know Ali khamenei makes all final decisions. Our policy is unchanged—the regime must behave like a normal country and respect its people.—Pompeo, the U.S. Secretary of State
An interesting rhetorical shift has occurred on the western left. People's uprisings against authoritarian regimes used to be a good thing. They used to be called revolutions. Now they get defined as "regime change", and even solidarity or humanitarian aid is cast as evil.—Idrees Ahmad
Once again, dear Javad Zarif, could you please, as a human rights prof, answer why the mother of labor activist Ismaeil_Bakhshi must be punished because of her son's activities. And why was Bakshi jailed in the first place. Your silence is deafening. Please answer. —Maziar Bahari, Journalist and filmmaker
2nd round of AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament will be hosted in occupied Palestine [Israel], The law in the Islamic Republic forbids any Iranian citizen from entering the occupied Palestine. The national women's soccer team has to lose?—Etemad newspaper
The U.S. has taken good care of Iran’s embassy in Washington, hoping that one day we can return the keys back to an Iranian government that cares more about its people and less about its destructive revolutionary ideology. A brighter future is possible.—Brian Hook, U.S. Special Rep for Iran

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