Two Iranian Politicians’ Sex Tapes Are Leaked To Expose Hypocrisy of Male Lawmakers Who Preach Morality Under Strict Islamic Law that Issues Death Sentences To Women For Adultery
One will be hard-pressed to ever see Liberal Feminists discuss this, because it conflicts with their stupid ‘Intersectionality’ beliefs, in which Muslims are viewed as being a bigger ‘victim class’ than women…
So hey, according to this very warped American liberal thought process, if Muslim men want to sexually exploit women and then kill the women, or kill women like them for fornication, that is A-OK by the standards of most liberals.
Will Stephanie Drury of “Stuff Christian Culture Likes Facebook group” ever acknowledge a story like this one?
Nope, not likely – it doesn’t bolster Drury’s liberal, antagonistic- against- Christianity (and yes, I know she attends mass, but she’s still quite caustic against the faith) views.
One can see from stories such as this one that Muslims, particularly male Muslims, are not victims – they are not victims, nor are they oppressed in Western culture, and they are sure as hell not victims in nations in which they are in the majority.
Also, the similarities between Islamic views on sex and women, in which women are blamed for the sexual sins of men, or women are punished for sexual sin but men are not (ie, double standards and sexism aplenty), and the American Christian complementarian view of sex and women, is quite striking.
Two Iranian politicians’ sex tapes have been leaked on social media by activists trying to highlight the hypocrisy of officials who preach morality under strict Islamic law.
The first video was posted online on August 4 and is said to have captured Ali Mohammad Ahmadi – the former governor of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad – having sexual relations with a woman.
A second was leaked on August 9, and showed a naked Abbas Malekzadeh, the mayor of Sadra, caressing a nude woman, according to FRANCE 24 Observers.
The video, thought to have been filmed by Malekzadeh, was shared four days after the politician was arrested for corruption, along with three other people from the city council.
Well-placed sources allegedly told local media outlets, that Ahmadi had been set up by a foreign intelligence agency who tried to get him to travel to Canada and take part in a TV show critical of the Iranian government.
They claimed the four-minute video, believed to be filmed with a hidden camera, was then shared because of Ahmadi’s refusal.
A close associate of Ahmadi’s swore that the woman in the video was his ‘legitimate wife under Islamic law’.
However critics said the woman, who featured in a second, eight-minute, video posted online on August 6, was definitely not his wife. It was later reported that she works for an Iranian airline.
…An Iranian journalist, who did not wish to reveal her real name, spoke to the publication about the country’s reaction to the sex tapes.
‘People see these videos as just more proof of government officials’ hypocrisy. These men have the right to have sexual relations, of course… but the men in question are officials of the Islamic Republic, a country with a morality police that arrests people for dating out of wedlock.
‘About a decade ago, a sex tape featuring an actress on a popular TV series was leaked. It ruined her life. She was arrested, then eventually left Iran and moved to France.
‘Because the men in the videos are politicians, they likely won’t face any legal repercussions for their actions. This hypocrisy is what makes people so angry, not their sex lives.’
The journalist referred to Zahra Amir Ebrahimi, who made a 20-minute sex tape privately with her boyfriend and had it posted on the internet in 2006 and released as a DVD, to the anger of millions in Iran.
The sex tapes released featuring politicians are the first time this has happened since the Islamic Republic of Iran was founded back in 1979.
But it isn’t the first scandal to hit officials, as in 2007, Reza Zarei, the chief of police in Tehran, was arrested in a brothel with six women.
He spent four months in prison before being given an early retirement.