Iranian parliament opens exhibition on US crimes, rights violations in world

TEHRAN (FNA)- An exhibition on the US crimes and Human Rights violations opened at the Iranian Parliament building here in Tehran on Sunday.

A sum of 100 documents on US crimes and Human Rights violations throughout the world have been showcased at the exhibition.

The exhibition has been organized by Habilian Association — an NGO formed of the families of 17,000 victims of terrorism in Iran.

The exhibition will last until May 21 at the Exhibition Center of the Iranian Parliament.

On January 27, Iran’s Basij (Volunteer) Force released a comprehensive report on the violation of human rights by the US inside the country and abroad.

The report was unveiled in a ceremony participated by Commander of Iran’s Basij Force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi, Lieutenant Commander of Basji (Volunteer) Force Ahmad Esfandiyari, Parliament’s First Vice-Speaker Hassan Aboutorabi Fard, Iranian Judiciary Chief Sadeq Amoli Larijani and a number of Judiciary officials and experts.

The report referred to different cases of violation of human rights by the US, including the executions, arbitrary detentions, torture of inmates, violation of people’s privacy, violation of the rights of the minorities, Muslims and native Americans, racism and US President Barack Obama’s opposition to the freedom of expression.

By Fars News Agency

 

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