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Submitted by elle (United Kingdom), Jul 3, 2009 at 09:16

The Internet is probably Islam's greatest enemy and they should ban it. Young Iranians are not stupid. They read what is going on in the world on the Internet and they know that their Religious leaders are ruining their future. This means that young Iranians are not as religious as most of us have thought. Does that mean that the Islamic educational system in Iran is failing Iran? More power to the Freedom of Expression. The Mullahs may have expected too much of the modern generation.

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