Iranian victims of terrorism to come under spotlight this summer

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran plans to hold the First National Congress of 17,000 Iranian Terror Victims this summer in a bid to display the long record of terrorist organizations’ activities against the Islamic Republic.

“The 1st National Congress of 17000 Iranian Terror Victims is an initiative, which will hopefully engage international discussion on a situation which is not much known in the world,” said an American independent movie director, producer, and writer.

“The promoted truths should be eye-opening and engender understanding and support for Iran,” said Merlin Miller in an interview with Habilian Association.

He went on to say that Zionists seek to create disunity and chaos among those nations they target. “Since Iran has courageously stood for its own best, it has been attacked in various ways and its sovereignty violated.”

The MFA graduate of USC’s School of Cinematic Arts said “the funding and support of organized opposition groups, including terrorist organizations, such as Jundallah, is part of their despicable strategy.”

“Unfortunately, Zionist elements surreptiously control much of the American landscape (government infrastructure and mainstream media) and the American people are deceived, allowing for these horrendous crimes to go unchallenged in the public arena.”

He also touched upon the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as MEK, PMOI and NCRI), and said “The group’s violent past and agenda for creating anarchy seems to be driven by a communist-Marxist ideology without any rational or noble basis.”

He said that those American politicians who are supporting MKO should be impeached and tried. They get away with this due to machinations which have subverted American justice.

“Senator John McCain is just as guilty as Mayor Filner for McCain’s recent unauthorized trip to Syria and his meeting with terrorist groups in that country,” he concluded.

By Fars News


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