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On April 19, it was reported that Seddiqi advised his listeners that "Many women who do not dress modestly lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which increases earthquakes" and Iranians should "adapt their lives to Islam's moral codes" to avoid being "buried under the rubble".
Negar Mottahedeh, a Duke University professor, managed Brainquake's social media activities in 2010.At Guide by Cell, we sit at the forefront of mobile engagement.Since 2004, we’ve grown to become the leading provider of effective and affordable mobile engagement solutions to thousands of organizations in more than 20 countries.When asked why there are not more natural disasters in western nations that do not follow his moral codes, Sedighi answered that God occasionally allows people to continue sinning "so that they (eventually) go to the bottom of Hell." It was not reported whether or not Sedighi specifically mentioned Boobquake during this sermon.Bashi, a feminist professor of Iranian Studies at Rutgers and some other feminists were critical of Boobquake's method of drawing attention to questions about gender in Iran which they believed further victimized and objectified women and girls.
She also calculated that an earthquake of the magnitude of that in Taiwan had a 37% chance of occurring on that day.