Habilian to launch a public petition to extradite and prosecute terrorists: Hasheminejad


Hasheminejad announced Habilian Association’s decision to launch a public petition to extradite and prosecute those responsible for terrorist crimes in Iran. 
According to Habilian, Seyed Mohammad Javad Hasheminejad, Secretary General of Habilian Association (Families of 17000 Iranian Victims of Terrorism) gave a lecture at the Commemoration of 1870 Victims of Terror in Kurdistan Province held on Dec 18, 2017 in Sanandaj, the capital of Kurdistan Province.
At the beginning of his lecture, Hasheminejad referred to the 17000 terror victims in ran and criticized the West’s ominous policy toward them: “The western countries and media have shut eyes to the 17000 terror victims in Iran, including innocent children, women and elderly men, as well as statesmen including President, Prime Minister and parliamentary members…the West has turned a blind eye to the Iranian terror victims because it would reveal their support for the perpetrators who are as ruthless as ISIS.”
“Despite the West’s efforts, Islamic Republic of Iran since the Revolution has continued its fundamental policy on fighting terrorism and, in so doing, has become the most popular country in the region.”  Hasheminejad said.
According to Hasheminejad, Iran’s big victory against ISIS has isolated and confused America so that it has resorted to a ridiculous missile show to accused Iran of interfering in the region while ignoring the crimes perpetrated by Saudi League in Yemen.
“Despite such an atmosphere, the children of Iranian terror victims at Habilian Non-Governmental Association since the early 2000s have listed information of more than 17,000 Iranian terror victims and documented terrorist acts in Iran, committed by Western-backed terrorist groups since the victory of the revolution." Hasheminejad said.
As the final part of his lecture, Hasheminejad announced Habilian Association’s decision to launch a public petition to extradite and prosecute those responsible for terrorist crimes in Iran. 


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