Iran: Anti-US Mural and the Jews

In 2015, Australian photo-journalist Brook Mitchell (Jew) visited Tehran’s Den of Espionage Museum (former US embassy). He brought back photo of an Iranian woman clad in a black chador walking in front of a mural of America’s Statue of Liberty on the wall inside the museum.

The photo became a smoking gun for the Jewish media to spread anti-Iran feelings in the US, Canada, and Europe even though, Iranian hate the Zionist regime more than the US government.

In November 2015, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei said that anti-America and anti-Israel slogans are kosher.

In 2011, American Jewish academic Richard Falk was chased by the Jewish Lobby for posting a caricature of Statue of Liberty to prove that US war on Libya was led by Israel.

On October 21, 2017, New York-based political analyst Adam Johnson, posted an article, entitled, “Please Stop Using ‘Women in Chador Walk by Anti-US Mural’ Stock Photo for Every Article About Iran.”

Adam Johnson lists some of top Israeli propagandist media outlets such as The Jew York Times, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, The Atlantic, CNN, Foreign Policy, etc. which have been using that mural to divert Americans’ attention from Israeli barbaric treatment of Palestinians, Africans and Arabs in the neighboring countries.

One of the most overused and toxic stock photos–and one that highlights perfectly this genre of image making – is the Woman in Chador Walks by Anti-US Mural image accompanying countless stories about US/Iran relations. In several variants, the photo shows one or two Iranian women clad in black chadors, faces usually barely visible, walking past a mural of the Statute of Liberty with a skull face,” said Johnson.

Then Johnson suggest to the Jewish-controlled media: “How about next time an article on Iran or its relationship with the US needs an image, we try any of these (royalty-free!) photos depicting Iranians as humans, and not cartoon anti-American boogiemen.”

Not mentioned by anti-Iran press is Judaism most honored woman, Queen Esther of Persia and her allegedly uncle Mordecai of Purim fame, being buried in Hamadan city of Iran. Furthermore, several Jewish holy books such as Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Haggai, Zachariah, and Malachi were written in Persia.

Islamic Republic has large Jewish and Christian minorities which cherish complete religious and political freedom equal to country’s Muslim majority. In February 2016, professor Christopher Thornton (Zayed University, UAE) claimed Iran to be the safest place for Christians to live in the region.

Beyond the organized Jewry’s anti-Iran garbage – it’s the most tolerant and democratic country (here, here, here, here).

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