LIES! Obama Spokesman says Iran treated our Sailors properly, but LOOK what we found…

Our U.S. Soldiers have been released as of this morning, and this is good news! However, not before being humiliated by their Iranian captors…


In violation of Article 13 of the Geneva Convention (III) — which governs the treatment of prisoners of war and requires captors to protect prisoners against “insults and public curiosity.”

See for yourself if you think these photos we’ve rounded up, released by Iran qualify.

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Note the headscarf the female sailor is apparently being forced to wear above.

And here are a couple from Twitter:

“Insults and public curiosity”? Looks like it to me.

While we don’t wish to perpetrate the above — we hate that these photos even exist — we must combat the bill of goods the Obama administration is trying to sell the American people in its spinning of what happened yesterday. And the nature of the United States’ relationship with Iran overall.

National Review writes of the top photo — and I’m pretty sure it applies to the others as well:

This photograph violates international law. Article 13 of the Geneva Convention (III), governing the treatment of prisoners of war, requires Iran to protect prisoners against “insults and public curiosity.” This photograph — including a female sailor apparently forced to wear a headscarf – is a quintessential example of “public curiosity” and would be interpreted as insulting throughout the Muslim world. (And if you don’t think Iran is in a state of armed conflict against the United States, tell that to the families of hundreds of American soldiers who’ve lost their lives to Iranians and Iranian-backed terrorists.)

The sight of members of the American military, disarmed and under Iranian control, is of enormous propaganda value in Iran’s ongoing war against the United States. To its allies in the Middle East, the photo demonstrates Iran’s strength – how many jihadist countries have had this many American servicemembers under their power? – and it demonstrates American weakness.

The administration is touting the skill of our crack diplomat John Kerry as having made a big difference in the speed of these sailors’ release.

Also playing a role was the strong relationship that has developed between Mr. Kerry and the Iranian foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, during negotiations on the nuclear deal, Mr. Taraghi said.

“John Kerry and Zarif were on the phone during the past hours, and this helped the problem to be resolved quickly due to their direct contact,” he said.

Such a strong relationship these two have developed that we end up with U.S. servicemen being detained and humiliated by Iran. And released only after an apology.

“This time, the Americans were cooperative in proving their innocence, and they quickly accepted their faults without resistance,” the analyst, Hamidreza Taraghi, said in a phone interview. “The Marines apologized for having strayed into Iranian waters.”

This, even as President Obama last night touted our position of leadership and strength in the world. Does that sound like a position of strength to you?

So they took these photos and then made them public? Seems to me this IS a violation, no matter how much Obama wants to claim they mean well…they were getting their kicks in. Not ok.

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