Video of morality agent spits at girls not wearing hijab in Iran

Tell me again about how women are respected, even revered, and their rights protected under Sharia. This man feels free to treat these girls with hatred and contempt because he is an agent of a regime that is based on Islamic law, which teaches contempt for those outside the fold (unbelievers are like animals according to Qur’an 8:55, and the most vile of created beings according to Qur’an 98:6), and that violence against them is in some circumstances blessed and encouraged by Allah (cf. Qur’an 2:191, 4:89, 9:5, 47:4, etc.). The regime also sanctions beliefs that disobedient women should be beaten (Qur’an 4:34), are inferior to men in intellect (Qur’an 2:282), and have lesser rights than men have (Qur’an 4:11). Such teachings have consequences. Here we see some of them.

“Undercover morality agent SPITS at teenage girls, asks ‘where’s your owner’ and says ‘I’ll f*** your mother’ after seeing them without hijab in Iran,” by Lydia Catling, Mailonline, July 25, 2020:

An Iranian undercover morality agent spat at teenage girls and asked them ‘where’s your dirty owner’ after seeing them without a hijab.

In a shocking video, which has been circulating on social media, a man stops his car and gets out before hurling abuse at the youngsters.

During the heated exchange on the side of the road in Kermanshah, Iran, he says to the girls ‘I’ll f*** your mother’ and claims their behaviour is ‘immoral’ while a police officer appears to do nothing about the incident.

Wearing a hijab has been compulsory for women in Iran since the Islamic revolution in 1979, a rule which is enforced by the state’s morality police.

The video shows, as tensions between the man and the teenagers grow, the man’s wife gets out of the car and says ‘apologise to my husband so he won’t hit you’.

The woman informs them that her husband is from the intelligence services and could get them arrested.

After the man spits in the girls’ faces, another woman wearing a hijab pushes him.

A police car arrives shortly afterwards but the officer watches from afar and the teenagers scream: ‘Officer, why aren’t you doing anything?’

Masih Alinejad, an Iranian journalist who has been campaigning against the compulsory hijab law, shared the video with her 195,000 followers on Twitter.

The girls sent the video to Alinejad and told her they decided to film the incident after it was clear the police were not going to help them….

Source » jihadwatch

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