Iran: Pissed that a film about sharia was a hit at the Toronto film festival

As I always say, islam can not stand up to scrutiny. Where are the feminists and why are they not screaming in rage at all the women and young gilrls murdered by the muslims? Oh, that is right they are too busy attacking Sarah.

Rome, 16 Sept. (AKI) – An Iranian feature film that tells the story of a woman being stoned to death has made headlines at the Toronto Film Festival and provoked an angry response from Iranian authorities.
-Well stop murdering women and I’ll stop bringing attention to it.

The film, entitled ‘The Stoning of Soraya M.’ by Iranian-American director Sirous Norasteh, was shown at the festival which ended last Saturday.
-You can view the trailer here:

The film tells the real-life story of Soraya, an 18-year-old woman and mother stoned to death in 1984 for alleged sexual infidelity in western Iran.
-Like muslim men are known for morals.

The film has been described by Iran’s state news agency Irna as another “Hollywood operation to damage the image of the Islamic Republic.”
-Lol, that is rich, hollywood hates the USA too much to worry about iran.

“(It’s) a film that serves the warmongering strategy of George W. Bush,” said Iran’s semi-official news agency Fars.
-Talk about the kettle calling the pot black.

The story of the film says that Soraya’s husband Ali no longer wants to be with her after they had four children together, and that he wants to marry a 14-year-old girl.
-Just another muslim love story. Marry a child and when she ages dump her or murder her and start the process all over. If muslim women had brains they would honor kill their husbands.

Ali cannot afford two wives, so he demands a divorce from Soraya, who refuses for economic reasons. Instead, Ali conspires with the local mullah to frame Soraya for infidelity.

The story is told by her aunt, Zahra, played by Iranian expatriate and Oscar-nominated actress Shohre Aghadashlou.
-More muslims must come forward to stop these crimes. Doing nothing is passive support and passive support is still support.

The film is based on a book published in Paris in 1994 by Franco-Iranian journalist Fereydoun Sahebjam.

Fereydoun is played in the film by Jim Caveziel, who acted in Mel Gibson’s film The Passion of the Christ.

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3 Comments on “Iran: Pissed that a film about sharia was a hit at the Toronto film festival”

  1. yonason Says:


    How do I hate them, let me count the ways . . . .

  2. yonason Says:

    Here’s a series of undercover videos on Islam in Britain. Watch it before it’s banned.

  3. Ronin Says:

    Nice links, thanks

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