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Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are using their Twitter accounts to urge the U.S. government not to intervene in the crisis in Iran.

“Considering how well fighting 4 freedom in Iraq went, I don’t know that we should B jumping in2 this Iran deal,” wrote Kutcher. “I think that truly the only people that can change things in Iran are the Iranians themselves and they seem to be speaking their minds now.”

“My heart aches but I am inspired by the courage and strength of the Iranian people in the face of such opposition and adversity!” added Moore. “I have no judgement on who voted for who I am just pained that they are dealing with such civil unrest that is leading to violence.”

They have been joined by British comedian and writer Stephen Fry, who is concerned that the Iranian government is monitoring internet use following the recent violent demonstrations over the re-election of hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

“Iranian govt should at least know we’re watching & we care,” he wrote. “We’re not imperialists, we just care.” He went on to list ways in which Iranian Twitter users can “avoid govt filters” and access the site.

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