However, some folks didn’t like the move calling it sexiest, harassment and anti-feminist.
Of course, it’s pretty widely known that life in Iran isn’t great for women.
The country has also acknowledged that more than 300 people have died over the past two months, after protests broke out over the death of 22-year-old lawyer Mahsa Amini. She was killed three days after being arrested in the capital city of Tehran for allegedly violating the Islamic dress code (some of her hair was showing below her hijab).
We’re also talking about the same country that said their players on the World Cup team would be punished (maybe even executed) for protesting the country during the game and refusing to sing the national anthem.
A fan was also shot for allegedly celebrating the United States win over Iran in the World Cup by… honking his horn.
However, because it’s Twitter… Knish got flamed like a chestnut over an open fire for the tweet, with a number of people blasting him for “sexual harassing” and her, and overall, making light of the women’s liberation movement.
Just see for yourself:
Why do americans always think they live in heaven and that everybody want to come live there. She was able to pay for a flight to Qatar, why do you think she needs your help? If she want asylum she would probably live in Qatar than us.
The Persian women that you are leering at would likely ignore such an obviously sexist hot take. The ones that I know are highly educated, intelligent, and strong feminists who wouldn't give a putz whose only interest is superficial the time of day. Sad.