Parisa Hafezi. By
Nation’sjointSeptember 21 – Iran’s president assured in an outrageous tone on Wednesday that the United States would not abandon a nuclear deal that Western powers called to revive and condemn “double standards” on human rights following the death of an Iranian woman in police custody. trying to do. ,
Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi also said Tehran wants former US President Donald Trump to stand trial for the 2020 killing of Qassem Soleimani, the top commander of Iran’s Quds Force, in a US drone strike in Iraq showing a photo of a general.
In 2018 Trump abandoned the 2015 nuclear deal in which Iran had agreed to curb its nuclear program in exchange for economic sanctions relief, leaving Tehran to break the limits set out in the treaty nearly a year later.
“We have experience with the withdrawal of the United States (by agreement),” Raisey said at the General Assembly Him, “With that experience and this perspective, can we ignore the important question of guarantees for a permanent settlement?”
Raisi also sought to remove criticism last week over the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who was detained by Tehran’s ethics police for “inappropriate dress”, protests that reflect furious anger over personal liberty in the Islamic republic. and reeling from an economy ban
“The Islamic Republic of Iran rejects some of the double standards of some governments with respect to human rights,” Raisi said. “(Unless) we have this double standard where the focus is only on one party and not all equally, we will not have true justice and fairness.”
Referring to the discovery of unmarked graves of indigenous people in Canada, the suffering of Palestinians and images of migrant children kept in cages in the United States, he said, “Human rights belong to everyone, but unfortunately they have been crushed by many governments. ” State.