UN Security Council: Nikki Haley rips Iran’s use of child soldiers

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley…. tore into Iran’s alleged use of child soldiers on Thursday and accused the regime of “crony terrorism.” “The use of child soldiers is a moral outrage that every civilized nation rejects while Iran celebrates it”

The training of and use of children is routine among jihadists, and it should lead to international outrage, especially from human rights groups, but it is largely ignored. This is because of the two-tier international system that judges Muslims in a different way from how everybody else is judged. The world is submitting to the Sharia provision that Islam must not be criticized, no matter how abusive Sharia is to its victims.

Kudos to Nikki Haley for raising this issue on the international stage. She does so on the heels of another report from MEMRI:

On “Sacred Defense Week,” commemorating the Iran-Iraq war, Iranian TV featured a children’s show in which young children were taken to a military base and shown various military vehicles and weapons. The video includes a song in which the children praise their fathers’ willingness to wage Jihad and die as martyrs, singing: “My dad’s hope is to be a role model and sacrifice himself in the path of God.” The show aired on Iran’s Channel 2 on September 26, 2018.

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