"Shameful": The Swedish government is ridiculed worldwide after Iranian propaganda image.
They put on the veil, stood in a line and let themselves willingly be photographed by Iran's Islamist propaganda organ IIDO. Now the Swedish "feminist government" is ridiculed throughout the world for the images. A "walk of shame," says the UN Watch.
The Islamic Ideology Dissemination Organization (IIDO) is behind the right now perhaps the most controversial images in the world. IIDO works by their own admission for the spread of the Islamic religion and culture. The pictures were taken by the Iranian state news agency Mehr.
Pictured are seven women, representatives of a Swedish "feminist" government delegation, obediently in a row wearing the veil. A victory for the Shiite organization that since 1981 has worked to "study in depth cultural enemy attacks and anti-Muslim propaganda to design policies to counter the conspiracies and inform the public".
"The Walk of Shame", tweets the UN-linked news agency UN Watch's CEO.
During the day, the news of the Swedish feminists wearing the veil, has among others been highlighted by the Daily Mail, the BBC, the Washington Post and Sputnik.
The American conservative news magazine the American thinker, marvels at how the Swedish Deputy Prime Minister Isabella Lövin one week mocks Donald Trump and talks about how "the world needs strong leaders for women's rights", while representatives from the Government the next week put on the oppressive veil in Iran.
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