Dear visitor. I know your biggest problem right now is a computer issue but I need your help as well. As a Persian in diaspora, I'm witnessing one of the most deadly protests in my homecountry Iran. A young woman at age 22 was taken into custody for not wearing her mandatory hijab right and died in the hands of so called "morality police", sparking the largest protest against the Islamic regime since 2009. The people of Iran have been protesting for 11 days and still going strong, facing teargas and live bullets in a third attempt to free their nation from a supressive theocracy and the barbaric Islamic Sharia. The bearded mullahs have cut the internet, succesfully silencing Iranians from sharing images and videos of their battle.