U.S. Embassy’s Ramadan Video Causes OUTRAGE After People Notice Something MAJOR Missing

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

A United States Embassy released a video to honor the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, and people became justifiably outraged after they noticed something major was missing from it.

The embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia posted a short video on Twitter that featured Mike Hankey, Consul General at the U.S. Consulate in Dhahran, and his two children, but Twitter users were quick to note that something was majorly wrong with it.

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Some may ask what’s the big deal, it’s Hankey and his two boys wearing traditional Islamic garb to commemorate a holiday, and they’d be right to a point. But when you find out that Hankey is still married to the boys’ mother and she lives in Saudi Arabia with them, that’s where the problem lies.

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Considering we know how well Saudi Arabia treats women, people were right to be upset that Hankey seemingly didn’t allow his wife in the video. Below are some of the responses.

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You get the idea. People weren’t pleased, and they had every right not to be.

After all, do you think we’re going to see a Hanukkah video posted? Not likely.

This administration seriously is the biggest joke ever to come from our nation.

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