The religious tyranny has sunk lower by moving from broadcasting political-security confessions to the dance and singing confessions. And the judiciary and the governmental so-called national media as expressions of religious tyranny deserve to be boycotted nationally.
I detest a religion that, separates a mother from her breastfeeding child for removing her head cover and then sentences her to prison in order to protect the holiness of Allah.
I hate a religion that in order to protect its holiness, parades a young tearful woman with a shaking voice in public humiliating and insulting her human dignity on a national media that is funded by the money of an honorable nation.
I am an apostate of a religion that in order to reinforce tyranny, resorts to undermining fundamental human rights. Although I understand, that oppressive measures could lead to a shameful and fatalistic acceptance by a people who may say: “What can we do?”, I am of strong opinion that negligence and lack of civil disobedience would open the path of hopelessness and the highway of anger.
The action of the national media of the Islamic Republic of Iran in broadcasting the confessions of people is condemned and those responsible should apologize. And there needs to be a civil response to boycott this section of the media and the judicial and security officials responsible.
Defenders of Human Rights Center