A senior Iranian cleric says women who wear revealing clothing and behave promiscuouslyÂ are to blame for earthquakes.
“Many women who do not dress modestly … lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which increases earthquakes,” Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi was quoted as saying by Iranian media.
In that caseÂ Sydney must be due for something in the range of aÂ magnitude 20 tectonic terror. Â (Tim Blair)
Edwina Storie is the Australian correspondent ofÂ Press TV,Â backed by Iran’s fascist regime.
As you see, she dresses modestly, as befits someone working for an Islamic state.
And she holds the appropriate views on the criminality of John Howard and others:
Australians remain remorseful over what they callÂ the war crimes committed by the US-led forces, especially Australia in IraqÂ which have taken many lives and displaced a lot of people.
She reports glowingly on what seems to me an anti-Semitic – or at least racist- boycott movement:
The boycott, divest and sanction campaign, known asÂ the BDS campaign, is a global civil movement that strongly opposes Israel’s occupation of Palestine. It says it hopes to promote a message of impunity of Israel in its serial breaches of international law and internal humanitarian law.
But as Andrew Landeryou reports in detail, this tailoring of both views and clothes involves a quite remarkable transformation: