Totalitarian Regime

  • Posted on May 26, 2016 at 6:26 pm

Press release of the International Organization for the protection of human rights in Iran attack on the British Embassy in Tehran susceptible to back out of the totalitarian regime in Iran. In the face of the upcoming Iranian elections in March 2012, the Supreme seems Guide to whistle Ali Khamenei his hard-hearted ideological Kettenhunde of group Amariyoun back from its aggressive approach. Amariyoun is a coalition of extremist conservatives and ultra-religious fascists. Like that? There was nothing else left him… In a few days, the population of Iran’s will experience that Mehdi Karoubi and Mirhossein Mousavi getting out. This is not prophecy.

This is the price that the Supreme Leader in the Iran for the attack on the British Embassy in Tehran on November 29, 2011 is forced to pay. This action was a challenge of the Amariyoun group – but their leader Ali Khamenei moved the cock at the last moment. On December 15, 2011 one of the Chief ideologists of this radical grouping, Hajj Said Ghassemi, expressed as a for the attack on the British Embassy is the mastermind in the following way: “we have made a mistake. We should regret it. We had to attack the British Embassy, we have to hunt them instead in the air”. To access a message includes a clear declaration of war on the country in question. For this reason we have seen as most European countries have withdrawn their ambassadors and staff. Others who remained in Iran, made pilgrimages to the site of the destruction of the British Embassy in the Ferowsi road and the Qolhak garden, although the Amariyoun tried to prevent this partisan. At a meeting during the Afghanistan conference early December in Bonn said the German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle to Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran’s Foreign Minister: “Britain is a member of the EU. An attack on the Embassy of a member country of the EU means also an attack on all embassies of the Member countries.

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