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Observing the 2009 Iranian election, the government of Iran stated that they won. However, the Iranian individuals seem to get a very different perspective of who gained and have went to the streets to protest. Instead of supplying the proof of this win, the Iran government is flat out battling its own people in defiance. The government needs to follow its own people and accept that it's time for change. But obviously they will not. They even justify murder in order to keep their own electricity. Dictatorship sticks private army on them, beating, raping and shooting political offenders. They would shut down all foreign media, attempting to control media and information getting from the country. And the government also can attempt to control protesters obtaining info to one another. But Iranians will get to censors through use of web, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Dictatorships have gotten away with this before, but can not because people can document human rights abuses with the use of cellphones and laptops and computers, exposing the corruption and abuse of the Iranian government - everyone is a journalist. And the rest of the planet who is also connected via TV, internet etc. may understand all about it (Allen). We should care about Iran because religious sayings, women faith, beatings and torture is all happening all of the time in Iran. In Iran, among their human rights that they violate is that they have very strong spiritual sayings and beliefs, and not letting other religions become practiced. Ramadan is a particularly sacred time for Muslims. The entire month is taken up by different festive events and assorted fasting. Breaking ones quickly during Ramadan days is treated very harshly. Back in Iran, it cost a 14-year-old boy his lifetime because.