US not responsive to human rights, oppressed nations
Human rights American-style is based on a spirit of egocentrism allowing them to act as they wish.
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Mojtaba Rahmandoust, chairman of the proximity union of veterans in Iran launched by the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought in an interview with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) conducted in the Week of Human Rights, American Style denounced the egocentrism in the US policies calling that the reason for its irresponsiveness in front of human rights and other nations.
He said,” What the books say on Jews and their illusion of supremacy over other races has materialized by the United States policies.”
He added,” If an American is demanded the reason on why do you push your boots on a Palestinian’s neck, he would simply respond ‘because I am an American’ as if the nature of being an American is a permission to act as they want.”
Iranian figure at the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought added,” Not only the US administration but also the American citizens recognize themselves in a higher level than others as the US President Donald Trump announces the Golan Heights as Israeli territory and recognizes Jerusalem al-Quds as Israeli capital.”
In the wake of the 31st anniversary of the US targeting Iran Air Flight 655 which killed 290 people on board, Mojtaba Rahmandoust demanded,” Who has heard of the US apologizing over the tragedy it caused? How is it justifiable by the Human Rights, American-Style when Washington praised the commander of the USS Vincennes with the Medal of Honor for killing 290 people on board Iran Air Flight 655?”
He said,” There are numerous acts of aggression by the United States unjustifiable by Human Rights as the American policy does not find it necessary to stand responsive for the crimes it commits only because the basis for Human Rights American Style is an egocentric one.”
According to the Iranian thinker it is a mission to explain the US crimes to world people.