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No government in the world has violated human rights as much as the US

The hostilities that the government of the United States of America has shown against the Islamic Republic happened during the time of different presidents, but all of these hostilities are of the same nature. All of these hostilities are the same. Therefore, no one should say that such and such a plot was hatched during the time of such and such a president and this plot has not been hatched during the time of the current President of America. This is not the case. All of these presidents behave in the same way. First, they provoked ethnicities in Iran, then they launched a coup d'état and after that, they made Iraq attack us. The next thing that they did was to help our enemy - which was the regime of Saddam - in his war against us and after the war, they imposed sanctions on us. Then, they provoked all media networks in the world and they made them align themselves against the Islamic Republic. All of these things have been done during the time of different presidents of America and now too, these things are being done.

Nov 20, 2013

As far as I know, according to the available information and statistics, perhaps no country on earth has violated human rights as much as the United States has. They insult and trample on the rights of humans in Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo and even people held in their own prisons; but, they flagrantly accuse other nations of violating human rights.

In addition to their crimes in various parts of the world, they are committing human rights violations in the United States. African Americans are still suffering from oppression, prejudices, discrimination and different pressures. During the presidency of George Bush, Sr., African Americans staged a great protest throughout the US, because of the oppression and injustice they endured. Since the police could not quell those who rioted, the army was called in.

When the next U.S. president stepped in, Bill Clinton, more than eighty members of an American religious group known as the Branch Davidians, Christian cult members opposed to the U.S. government's policies, were burned alive in their headquarters, because they refused to exit the compound and surrender to federal agents. However, those claiming to support human rights did not raise an eyebrow! Is this what they describe as advocating for and observing human rights? 

Under the incumbent U.S. president, when the United States was trying to occupy Afghanistan, American forces not only dropped bombs on Afghan civilians and destroyed their homes in cities and villages, but they also massacred a large number of inmates at a prison in northern Afghanistan; the West's media empire prevented the report from circulating around the world.

Despite all these crimes and human rights violations committed by the United States, U.S. officials are accusing other countries, including the Islamic Republic, of violating human rights. The banner of human rights is carried by those who have committed the most human rights violations themselves.

Statements made during a gathering in Mashhad;  March 21, 2005


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