With such incidents of cruelty beyond belief against God's innocent creatures, what do men of cloth and turban, who claim to represent God on Earth, have most on their mind in Iran? Will they issue a fatwa and condemn these sadistic and atrocious behaviours in society? Not likely. Such cruelty against animals is an insignificant matter for these men from the dark ages, even though it was reported that those who beat the donkey with a sledge hammer had also been involved in some other animal cruelty cases, equally as disgusting if not more, such as blowing up a gazelle to bits with an air compressor and setting another gazelle on fire after pouring petrol inside it.
So what is the main concern of Iran's clerics, these guardians of morality, at the moment? Apparently the most pressing matter on their mind is the Eurovision concert to be held next month in Baku, Republic of Azerbijan.
The notorious Friday Prayer leader of Tabriz, Mojtahed Shabastari, also the Supreme Leader's representative in the E. Azerbijan province, a particularly monstrous cleric and one of the founders of the Islamic Republic has been tearing himself apart worrying about the Shiite population of Baku having to endure the shame of hosting the Eurovision concert followed by a gay parade.
Below are some of the pictures of Mojtahed Shabastari's organised mob who had nothing better to do on a rainy day, than to go outside the Azerbijan Rep. Consulate in Tabriz and protest vehemently against the Republic of Azerbijan's audacity in hosting the next Eurovision concert.
Not only Iranian people are deprived from singing and dancing, Iran's clerics are now also telling Iran's neighbours that they can't have fun either.
The placard held reads "Eurovision is not a music festival but a festival to promote decadence and homosexuality"