Thursday, July 10, 2014
Iran's Spanish-language propaganda service uses antisemitic comic to condemn insults against religion
Americans and Jews use film in the service of the devil. That's the apparent message of a cartoon published by Iran's Spanish-language propaganda service, HispanTV.
Ironically, the cartoon was being used to illustrate an article condemning a movie about the treatment of the child bride of Islam's founder, Mohammed that the Iranian news service described as "blasphemous," and condemns "offending religion in the guise of free speech."
Iran has made a concerted effort in recent years to make inroads in Latin and South America, forming informal alliances with Marxist-ruled Venezuela and using that country as a base for its proxy terror-group, Hezbollah.