Fwd: [ PRIVACY Forum ] An Iranian Grand Ayatollah Issues Fatwa Stating High Speed Internet is against Sharia

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Mon Sep 1 05:44:27 UTC 2014


Ladies and gentlemen, we have our mysterious backhoe driver.

Who would've known?
On 1 Sep 2014 17:37, "Jay Ashworth" <jra at baylink.com> wrote:

> Cause it's a long weekend, and why shouldn't it be whackier than normal.
>
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> > Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2014 11:34:16 PM
> > Subject: [ PRIVACY Forum ] An Iranian Grand Ayatollah Issues Fatwa
> Stating High Speed Internet is against Sharia
> > An Iranian Grand Ayatollah Issues Fatwa Stating High Speed Internet is
> > against Sharia
> >
> > (Iran Human Rights):
> > http://www.iranhumanrights.org/2014/08/makarem-internet/
> >
> > A Grand Ayatollah in Iran has determined that access to high-speed and
> > 3G Internet is "against Sharia" and "against moral standards." In
> > answer to a question published on his website, Grand Ayatollah Nasser
> > Makarem Shirazi, one of the country's highest clerical authorities,
> > issued a fatwa, stating "All third generation [3G] and high-speed
> > internet services, prior to realization of the required conditions for
> > the National Information Network [Iran's government-controlled and
> > censored Internet which is under development], is against Sharia [and]
> > against moral and human standards."
> >
> > - - -
> >
> > Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner Cable, and other dominant ISPs are
> > now in a bidding war to hire him as a consultant and board member.
>
> RUN AWAY!!!
>
> Cheers,
> -- jra
>
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