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News ID: 3329
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 10:25 - 28 January 2014
Tehran, YJC. Basij commander says US officials do not allow investigation into their country’s criminal records.

Mohammadreza Naqdi, commander of Iran’s militia Basij, speaking at a meeting held to launch his forces’ report on the status of human rights in the US said "Americans will not allow criminal investigation in their country. For example, the Islamic Republic of Iran reporters have not been allowed beyond 40 km from the UN headquarters in the past 35 years. Also, the US president has not dared answer Iranian reporters for even 5 minutes in the past 35 years.”

"There is the worst kind of anti-human rights management applied by the government in present-day US. The majority prisoners in the US are the black, despite the fact that they are the social minority and they are subject to a sort of racial discrimination.”

He further stated "Anti-human rights measures are inane to the US Constitution where Indians are considered out of the human league.”

He also pointed out that it is a uniquely American phenomenon that school shootings should frequently occur.

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