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Iran Bans Celebrities From Raising Money For Flood Victims

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More of the wonderful contribution we have come to rely on from the Islamic world at times of crisis. We never see the Islamic Republic of Iran, or Saudi Arabia, or Pakistan, or Afghanistan rushing to aid crisis-stricken areas. That is always the job of infidels — the same infidels that some of the Muslim recipients of that aid will then wage jihad against.

“Iran Bans Celebrities From Raising Money For Flood Victims,” RFE/RL, March 25, 2019 (thanks to Christian):

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Iran’s Deputy Attorney General has announced that raising funds by celebrities to help victims of floods in Iran “is banned” and he warned that any bank account opened for this purpose will be closed.

Javid Javidnia told the Judiciary’s online news service March 24 that so far 60 accounts have been opened and some of them have already been closed.

He also told another news site that any crowd funding by individuals and organizations must be done through the Red Crescent Society or the official Aid Committee. It is not clear if ordinary donors would trust the official government agencies with their money.

Past instances of natural disasters in Iran have shown that the people prefer to contribute money via special accounts set up by celebrities, including soccer stars, wrestlers, actors and actresses, rather than paying to the state-run institutions.

Javidinia warned celebrities the accounts they have opened will be closed and the funds transferred to government agencies for helping flood victims. He referred to past instances when individuals raised funds for disasters and financial fraud took place….

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