Concerns a religious iranian minority being involved with a political party or group, as we see today in Iran”
The president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, expressed similar concerns.
“If these allegations are true, I think that it cannot just be assumed that any Iranian cleric, imam or religious leader would have been present at such a sensitive meeting,” he told the Guardian newspaper, referring to recent reports that Iran had arrested prominent Muslim officials, including the imams for allegedly promoting a party.
“So, I think it is quite clear that this is more than a question of religion and political orientation. In fact, it is about a kind of institutional policy.”
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Ahmad Vahidi, an associate member of parliament f바카라or the Ahvaz party, said: “As a result of the arrests of religious and non-religious figures, many of them Iranian, in recent days, my country is feeling more isolated than ever카지노 사이트. I believe there is a very serious problem in the country and I think a solution has to be found.”
Vahidi is the grandson of an Iranian-American businessman who was murdered in New York in 1994, before which the regime was accused of using the hostage crisis to intimidate Iran, a claim that has since been disproven by Iranian government officials who have consistently denied the charge.
A spokesman for Iran’s interior ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Vahidi said: “We are just waiting for the international community to open its eyes, not to create more mistrust, and to stop this kind of hyster바카라ia. All people should be human.”
The two other suspected Iranian participants in the meeting were Ahmet Gholangi, a leading journalist and author and Nizar Gholangi, a preacher and member of the Ahvaz party.
Gholangi has published controversial comments on the political and social spectrum that many in Iran and abroad have felt make his religious views not credible. Last year he described the US president, Barack Obama, as an “immoral hypocrite” and said “God is behind Obama and not US forces”.
After the meeting, Vahidi tweeted a picture of a sign that reads “I was elected with the support of the people, not against them”. He said he had been asked not to speak to the media.
His colleagues say he had asked them to write a statement to the Guardia