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Islamic Republic of Iran depicts George Floyd as Shi’ite Muslim saint

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“Making the destruction of America into a holy act.” It’s what they do.

The failed terror nation takes every opportunity to sow hatred and divisiveness in the West.

Islamic Republic of Iran depicts George Floyd as Shi’ite Muslim saint

By Robert Spencer, Jun 19, 2020:

This is entirely consistent with the other behavior of the Islamic regime in Iran. When it orders people to scream “Death to America” every Friday in mosques, the regime is making the destruction of America into a holy act. The murder of George Floyd touched off destructive riots and ongoing unrest in the United States — a manifestation of Allah’s judgment against the Great Satan. So of course George Floyd is a saint.

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