International fora left unanswered terror victim’s requests

Expressing dissatisfaction with the international organizations for their behavior towards terrorists, martyr Ahmadi Roshan’s mother said, “instead of dealing firmly with terrorists, the international organizations support and harbour terrorists.”

According to Habilian Association, Seddighe Salari, speaking to YJC, said the international bodies have turned a cold shoulder to their expectations.

Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, 32, was the fourth Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated during the terrorist attacks. He was killed in a brazen daylight assassination in January 2012 when two assassins on a motorcycle attached a magnetic bomb to his car.

“Those who are talking of Human Rights must be accountable to the expectations of terror victims,” she added.

Earlier in January 2012, Ahmadi Roshan’s wife said that the Human Rights from the West’s point of view has a special definition just for themselves.

Speaking to the representatives of Habilian Association, she added that freedom to the western countries means that all the world “should be monitored by the West and Zionists.” “Thus, Human Rights in the contemporary world is meaningless.”