Miss Iraq posts ‘scandalous’ photo with Miss Israel - is forced to flee Iraq

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Miss Iraq posts 'scandalous' photo with Miss Israel - is forced to flee Iraq
If there’s one thing that we know about the religion of peace, it’s that it is tolerant, respectful, and open-minded.  It embraces diversity, applauds differing viewpoints, and above all honors women.  We know this, because CAIR and people like Linda Sarsour are constantly telling us so.

However, if you commit various horrific transgressions, you might find yourself in a bit of a pickle. For example, if you’re Miss Iraq, you may want to refrain from taking bikini photos or posing in hopeful, peaceful, completely benign pictures with Miss Israel.  Do that, and you’re going to have problems.

In fact, you may have to flee your country.

Disgusting photographs like the one below have no place in civilized, decent, society. You may want to avert your eyes or make the youngsters leave the room, because it’s pretty shocking….

Miss Iraq posts photo with Miss Israel - is forced to flee Iraq


It seems that innocuous photo, in combination with a bathing suit pic, was enough to whip Iraqis into a frenzy. Ms. Idan and her family have been forced to flee their country because, well, they’d prefer not to be murdered.

Miss Iraq posts photo with Miss Israel

From the New York Post:

Miss Iraq, Sarah Idan, and her family had to flee their homeland after receiving death threats over a photo she posted online last month.

Why? Because Idan posed with Miss Israel, Adar Gandelsman, at a Miss Universe International Beauty Pageant, the Times of Israel reported.

Idan came under fire for posting the photo to Instagram, captioned, “Peace and Love from Miss Iraq and Miss Israel,” in addition to modeling a bikini.

“The two of those things together caused a mess for her back home where people made threats against her and her family that if she didn’t return home and take down the photos, they would remove her (Miss Iraq) title, that they would kill her,” Gandelsman told Israeli TV, the paper reported.

In another Instagram post, Idan apologized to those who thought the photo was “harmful to the Palestinian cause,” clarifying that it was not a political statement, but instead meant to “express hope and desire for peace between the two countries,” the paper reported.


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