RNA – Speaking at a national conference on the September 22nd terrorist attack in the southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz, Ayatollah Abbas Ka’bi, the representative of the people of Khuzestan province in the Assembly of Experts, said that this terrorist attack symbolizes the human rights of the United States and it was undoubtedly a terrorist attack in the terms of all treaties and international obligations.
The member of the Society of Seminary Teachers of Qom added, “There are four principles in the international laws of war and international animosity and none of them were observed in the terrorist attack in Ahvaz.”
He said that the terrorist attack in Ahvaz doesn’t have any military value and explained, “These exercises, with the presence of the people, aren’t considered as having a military purpose and this attack was committed against unarmed people and parade goers and the United Nations Security Council, the secretary-general of the UN, European countries and human rights defenders all condemned the attack as a terrorist operation.”
Ayatollah Ka’bi arguing that the United States, as the rotating president of the UN Security Council, condemned the terrorist attack in Ahvaz and noted, “How can the United States condemn the terrorist attack in Ahvaz on one hand and, on the other hand, support the terrorists militarily and through the media? If these statements are honest, the programs of the separatist groups must be shut down and handed over to the Islamic Republic via the international police.”
His Eminence said that the United States accepts and rejects the resolutions of the UN Human Rights Council on the basis of its desires and interests and added, “The nature and face of American human rights are based on unlimited crime and oppression against countries and today, this is point of decline and the Achilles’ heel of the United States.”
Pointing out that the crimes and attacks by the terrorists are fomented by the claimant of human rights, the United States, he said, “The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution [Ayatollah Khamenei] emphasized that the human rights of the United States must be explicitly discussed because duality of the United States is inadequate in the standards of human rights.”
Arguing that the United States condemns the terrorist attack on the one hand, and on the other hand and assists them on the other hand, Ayatollah Ka’bi said, “The American duality in human rights in all areas is clear to everyone.”
On September 22, four gunmen attacked a military parade in Ahvaz, killing at least 25 people and wounding 69 others. The al-Ahwaziyah Takfiri terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack.
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