Syria Slaughterhouse: The Iranian Shame

Syria Slaughterhouse
Amnesty International reports on the Human Slaughterhouse in Syria. The Ayatollahs in Iran bear the responsibility for it as Bashar al-Assad does.

The Ayatollahs in #Iran bear the responsibility for the Syrian #Slaughterhouse.

As we write, the Iranian media are dead silent on today’s publication of Amnesty International’s report, “Human Slaughterhouse, in #Syria”.Khamenei hosting Putin

Iran has backed the Syrian Government to the point of offering Iranian air base facilities to Russian air force. Bashar-Al Assad had received far too many fraternal welcome in Tehran. When in Damascus, M.-J. Zarif was all smiles, praising his host’s “diplomatic” abilities.

Each Friday preach in Qom is to remind people that Iran will defend its “Syrian Province” at all costs. In the name of “avoiding civil war” first, and then fighting ISIS-Daesh, Tehran has stepped up sending military advisors, bassijis, and “experts” to help to maintain Al-Assad in power.

In his daily routine, Ali Khamenei, visits the families and grave of “the martyred defenders of the holy shrines in” Syria, that is the Iranian soldiers killed in Syria.

Syrian people’s suffering is our shame. Remember Yemen too, if you had time for it.

Read the report: HUMAN SLAUGHTERHOUSE

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Further Reading:

Anti_Protests in Iran
Shame of The Media in Iran

Shame of Medias: as corporate body, they are dishonest and have no courage in Iran Protests. They do not have a sense of duty to the readers and community.

Poor Choices in politicas of Iran
Poor Choices in Politics of Iran

We have opted to hear nothing, see nothing, say nothing and do nothing. Our poor choices keep the pseudo-saints of Qom in power and betray the future.

Larijani Sadegh Iran
Visitors and Tourists: Shut Up!

Visitors and Tourists are not immune censorship and the wrath of the ayatollahs like Sadegh Larijani. Visiting in Iran wearing a muzzle?

Iran, Spider_Flag, 2019
Iranians Prisoners to Religion

We would not stay prisoners to religion if we accepted that everyone has the right to choose freely one’s religion or philosophical convictions in peace.