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Published on Jun 22, 2012
FInd us at https://www.facebook.com/HavaarForJus... (New York, NY), June 21, 2012, at the Apple flagship store in New York City, Iranian and non-Iranian activists joined together to respond to Apple's recent discriminatory conduct. Three days before an Iranian woman in Alpharetta, GA was refused service and sale of an iPad and iPhone after she was overheard speaking Farsi and identified as being from Iran. Apple employees cited its policy and the sanctions against Iran as the reason. Activists seek not only to express their outrage at this blatant discrimination but also to speak out against the increasing and unjust pressure of international sanctions on the Iranian economy and thus on the Iranian people. "What happened in Georgia shows us that the so called targeted sanctions against the Iranian government are directly affecting lives and aspirations of ordinary people both inside and outside of Iran