"Government anxieties about social networking featured in a military parade held in the central-Iranian city of Isfahan on Tuesday to mark Iran’s Army Day. In the course of the procession, military vehicles bore oversized placards labeled “instances of soft war”, the first of which was headed “damages of the Facebook internet site”. It was followed by displays accusing western powers of “promoting bad hejab” (a reference to the sartorial choices of secular Iranian women), and encouraging “new addiction: shisha, cocaine, crack, and paan”. (Shisha is Iranian slang for crystal meth, and crack refers to the least pure form of heroin, rather than crack-cocaine)."
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