Iran: Human rights have nothing to do with supporting terrorists
Referring to the presence of the ringleader of the MEK terrorist outfit in the European Parliament and the slogans of human rights that the Europeans are chanting, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran raised the question said "What does Human Rights have to do with supporting terrorists?"
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Nasser Kanaani, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran, in response to the presence of the ringleader of the MEK terrorist outfit in the European Parliament, twitted on Tuesday:
"Despite EP human rights slogans, it's regrettable some of its members turn blind eye to dark record of those who killed over 17000 Iranian kids, women, men statesmen & MPs, hosting ringleader of terror outfit MEK."
Kanaani then asked: "What does Human Rights have to do with supporting terrorists?"
Last March, "Bob Blackman", a member of the British Parliament and the head of the British-Zionist Parliamentary Friendship Group, announced in a tweet about his meeting with the ring leaders of the MEK terrorist outfit in Albania, and in a tweet, he allegedly called the MEK ringleader as the so-called elected president of the Iranian National Council.
In this regard, "Mahdi Hosseini-Matin", the charge d'affaires of the Islamic Republic of Iran in London, reacted on Twitter to the tweet of the member of the British Parliament who recently visited the camp of the MEK terrorist outfit in Albania and wrote: How can meeting with the most hated enemy of the Iranian nation be justified? Unless you agree with them in their enmity with the people of Iran.
In addition to Europe and UK's support for the MEK terrorist outfit, last February more than 100 members of the US Congress supported a resolution that contained clauses supporting the MEK terrorist outfit.