Below is an ironic yet pertinent wise message for the anti-Iran brigade of sexual liberals, who, via not grasping male & female sexual morality, are anti-Iran & pro-Western elitist. Below, the anti-Muslim White British man dies in a British prison, over the harmless (yet rude) prank of placing ham sandwiches at British mosques. Yet the same British govt pardons ISIS terrorists. Iran is the enemy of ISIS. Like in this ironic British situation, the anti-Muslims end up pro-ISIS, i.e., pro-terrorist & dead. The anti-Muslims, instead of focusing their hatred or otherwise concern on the Western govts who foster Saudi-style Islam in the West, focus their confusion upon far away nations like Iran (because, due to ignorance, can't see the forest for the trees). As the anti-Muslim brigade become more concerned about Muslim-dysfunction in the West, they become anti-Iran & provide the popular support for wars against Muslim nations, like Iran, which results in more Muslim refugees into the West. Many, maybe most, of the "refugees" who flooded into Europe as a result of the Western military interventions against Libya & Syria were the nut-jobs (extremists). Some genuine Syrian refugees have returned to Syria from Europe solely because the communities they had to live in in Europe were full of nutjob extremists & they ended up fearing more for their lives in Europe than in Syria. In Australia, an anti-Iran-govt refugee, lauded for years by the Australian govt & used as an anti-Iranian spokesman, committed Australia's only terrorist attack on behalf of ISIS in Martin Place in Sydney. The Iranian govt informed the Australian govt this man was wanted for many crimes, including rape in Iran, but the Australian sexual liberals held this man was a freedom fighter.
Man Haron Monis born Mohammed Hassan Manteghi Borujerdi (19 May 1964 – 16 December 2014) was an Iranian-born refugee and Australian citizen who took hostages in a siege at the Lindt Chocolate Café at Martin Place, Sydney on 15 December 2014, lasting for 17 hours, until the early hours of the following morning. The siege resulted in the death of Monis and two hostages.
While Monis had a warrant out for his arrest in Iran, he sought political asylum in Australia in 1996, which was granted in 2001. Monis variously promoted himself as an Iranian intelligence official, a political activist, a spiritual healer and expert in black magic, an outlaw bikie and a Muslim cleric.