Porn star allowed to visit hardline Islamic nation

The world now knows, through the expanding influence of Islam around the globe and the fights it has triggered when its population moves into Western society, the importance it puts on covering up women.

Head coverings, face coverings, full body coverings are all not just accepted but in many situations required under penalty of law.

But now a situation has been allowed in which a pornography star, whose performances generally don’t include hijabs, has been allowed to enter one of the most hardline Islamic regimes in the world: Iran.

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A report at ZeroHedge explains, “The words Islamic Republic of Iran and ‘porn star’ aren’t two concepts one typically hears coupled in the same sentence.”

But, in fact, the report said, adult film actress Whitney Wright made a “bizarre” visit to Iran.

The report explained the actress, whose real name is Brittni Rayne Whittington, portrays herself as a “pro-Palestinian activist.”

That apparently is the reason for her permission for her to visit.

Wright told Newsweek, “I’m extremely disappointed that the attention surrounding my visit [seems] to overshadow Israel’s ongoing genocide in Gaza.”

The report cited a EuroNews report that members of the opposition to Iran’s rogue Islamic regime were more than upset.

Masih Alinejad, a U.S.-based critic of Iran’s regime who has faced assassination attempts by the radicals there, said, “American porn star Whitney Wright is in Iran, my birth country, where women are killed for simply showing their hair and being true to themselves.”

He blasted her for claiming, “If you respect the law, you will be safe in Iran.”

The porn star’s social media documented how she “HAD to visit” the embassy in Tehran where Islamic radicals held Americans hostage for more than a year when Islamic extremists overthrew their government and took over in 1979.

The report noted, “She’s been accused also by pro-Israel pundits of being a willing propagandists on behalf of Tehran, and for issuing anti-American statements and images at a moment U.S. forces have come under attack in the Middle East.”

Actually, the report confirmed appearing in or producing porn “can bring the death penalty “in the hardline Islamic republic.

Officially, Iran officials claimed they were unaware of her film record.

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