The terror assassination of senior Iranian anti-terror commander General Hajj Qassem Soleimani by global arrogance was an act of US state terrorism that ignited much of the world with anti-American anger, according to an American writer and journalist.
Yuram Abdullah Weiler, who has been a relentless critic of US global hegemonic aspirations and specifically Washington’s policy toward Iran, made the remarks in an interview with the Press TV website on Tuesday, on the third anniversary of the
Robert Fantina, an American-Canadian peace and social activist, tells the Tehran Times that says General Soleimani was assassinated in a terrorist attack “but the principles he stood for are” are alive.
Fantina, who also serves on the boards of “Canadian Voices for Palestinian Rights”, says, “The United States had an uneven relationship with ISIS, but Iran and General Soleimani were unequivocal.”
Following is the text of the interview:
Q: Why Americans were so hateful from General
Global Times: Honorable Senator, considering the presence of the terrorist group of the MEK in the list of foreign terrorist organizations of the US State Department (FTO) and the killing of 6 American advisers by them in Iran, but the United States removed this group from the list of FTO in 2012 and has cooperated with them against the Islamic Republic of Iran. How do you evaluate this relationship? Why does the United States want to cooperate with this terrorist group?
Senator Richard Black
In an interview with Al-Alam Television Network on the occasion of the martyrdom of Mr. Rajaei and Mr. Bahonar and the national day of fight against terrorism, Seyyed Reza Qazvini Ghorabi, a researcher in the field of terrorism, said that there are convincing documents which reveal some countries have been supporting the MEK terrorist group since the 1980s.
The full interview is as follows:
TV host: Iran is one of the countries most affected by terrorism, but America and the Zionist regime claim
As we have all heard, double-standard policies in the world are always adopted and enforced, and in many cases, these policies are simply overlooked by the international community and the media. In a general view, it may be possible to state that the main point according to this cliché that “the end justifies the mean”, which means, in some cases the reactions of Western countries in the face of two identical events that occurred in two different places are completely different and sometimes
Anne Khodabandeh, political activist, says the practice of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, MEK, PMOI and NCRI) terrorist group to pay huge amounts of money to former officials to speak at their conference proves that it has no support even among countries hostile to Iran.
In an interview with FNA, Ms. Khodabandeh said, “The MKO has been forced to create audiences by paying for students and refugees to attend these conferences. These individuals have no links to Iran and no
Since the Islamic Revolution of Iran in February 1979, the MEK’s militia has killed over 12000 Iranian civilians. The group’s long record of crimes has been corroborated by a number of reports and documents published by Iranian and international organizations. On one hand MEK has been forced to work under the cover of political processes, but on the other hand it’s natural tendency for radicalism drives it to violence. That’s why the group is forming terror cells throughout the Iranian cities
Referring to the cooperation of the Mojahedin-e Khalq group with the mafia gangs selling weapons in the Balkans, an expert on terrorism said, "This group's relations with the Albanian mafia can be a credible threat to the citizens of this country and the Balkans."
In an interview with IRNA's political correspondent on the ideology of the Mujahedin-e Khalq group, Seyyed Reza Qazvini Ghorabi stated that the Mujahedin have not adopted a coherent and strong ideology. On the one hand, its leaders
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Habilian: As a first question, can you express yourself, as an Iranian, about the assassination of General
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Habilian: How do you evaluate General Soleimani’s role in the fight against terrorism?
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Professor Paul Pillar, who was CIA intelligence analyst for 28 years, tells Mehr News Agency that “A rationale for removing the MEK from the U.S. terrorism list was that in recent years the group has not been involved in killing Americans.”
Pillar says terrorist group is still a terrorist group even if the blood it spills is not American blood. The MEK certainly has been involved in lethal political violence since 2009.
He also adds that “The sources of funds always have been unclear. The most
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