‘Al Saud massacres, US human rights defends’, top cleric criticizes
Iran’s Ahlul Bayt (AS) World Assembly holds meeting on US human rights denouncing several instances of violating the rights of people across the globe by Washington and also its support for Saudi massacre of Yemeni people.
Share It :
Hujjat-ul-Islam Mohammad Hassan Akhtari, Secretary General of Ahlul Bayt (AS) World Assembly, attended the meeting on American human rights held in the Iranian holy city of Qom stressing the need for unveiling the ways US follows to crackdown world nations through so-called democracy and human rights, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He expressed regret that several authors and elites are taken in by the US and write in favor of the US and other bullying countries only because of the material developments they have made or the civilized, democrat and pro-human rights titles they bear.
Hujjat-ul-Islam Akhtari referred to history of the colored people, Iran Air Flight 655 shot down by USS Vincennes and a recent banning of Muslim woman from university only because of her hijab as few instances of human rights violated by the United States.
The cleric rejected western claims of freedom and human rights as big lies.
Former international deputy of the Supreme Leader’s bureau slammed Saudi Arabia for four years of atrocities against impoverished Yemeni nation even during the months Islam has banned any bloodshed.