Iran- Terrorism: Rouhani supports mass killing of the Syrian people and fueling sectarian war in Iraq

Feb 10
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Rouhani visits Ghasem Soleimani and other IRGC commanders
Rouhani visits Ghasem Soleimani and other IRGC commanders

By Staff Writer, Iran Probe
Wednesday, 10 February 2016

During a ceremony paying homage to the Iranian nuclear negotiation team, the Iranian regime’s president, Hassan Rouhani made an unprecedented remark, disclosing his true face saying, ‘Had it not been for our armed forces who guarded the security of this country and if our valiant commanders were not steadfast in Baghdad, Samara, Fallujah and Ramadi…, had they not helped the Syrian government in Damascus and Aleppo, and were it not for the valor of the army, the IRGC, the Basij, and the Islamic Republic Security Forces, we would not have enjoyed the security that we needed to conduct such good negotiations.’
This unprecedented admission proves the fact that there is no difference between Rouhani, Khamenei and other leaders of the religious fascism ruling Iran and the revolutionary guards and the Quds Force as far as the issue of Syria and Iraq is concerned and that Rouhani is an equal culprit in the war crimes and crimes against humanity in the region and that he should face justice.
This remark indicates the fact that this regime is benefiting the concessions from the West in the nuclear deal while it continues to make the most from its aggression in the region and its overt and covert occupation of Syria and Iraq.

The National Council of the Iranian Resistance issued a statement in this regard.


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