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Phosphorus bombs on Gaza.
Phosphorus bombs on Gaza.

Syria: Bomb explosion in bus killed at least 19 civilians.

There are yet again bad news from Syria in terms of the bomb attacks carried out by either the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) or the Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist brigades on Syrian soil. This time, a bomb explosion took place in central Syria and killed at least 19 Syrian civilians.


There is currently no more information about the recent bomb explosion in central Syria available. It is only reported that a bomb has exploded in a bus in central Syria and according to the information by Syrian officials, at least 19 people were killed. It is, however, to expect that the death toll will increase in the next hours.

In the meantime, not only the Iranian Foreign Minister has called for a disarmament of Israel’s weapons of mass destruction and said that there is no more an excuse for the Israeli government in Tel Aviv in the wake of the decision by the Syrian government and President al-Assad to comply with the Russian initiative and the agreement between Washington and Moscow to put its chemical weapons arsenal under an international control, but also Iran’s Judiciary chief spoke about the Israeli weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and the double-standards of the United States in his new remarks.

While the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that the recent move by the Syrian governance of President al-Assad to place its chemical weapons stockpiles under an international control leaves “no excuse for the Tel Aviv regime to retain its arsenals of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs),” and such a statement is probably even valid, the Iranian Judiciary chief mentioned the double standards of Washington in regards of the weapons of mass destructions (WMDs) in the Middle East.

Iran’s Judiciary chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani said in his new statement that the double standards of the U.S. administration in regards of such dangerous weapons should have an end. The Judiciary chief of Iran has criticized the US for these double standards and explained that the United States is the only country on the planet that has already made use of nuclear weapons and yet Washington accuses other countries and governments of the production of chemical and nuclear weapons. Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani afterwards pointed out that the administration in Tehran is not seeking the production of nuclear weapons because of the ideological principles of Iran.

Iran’s Judiciary chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani stated that Tehran does not seek nuclear weapons because of the religious standards in the military and defence affairs of the country. The Iranian Judiciary chief pointed out that it is not because of the threats and claims by the United States or other Western governments, but simply because of the religious standards in the military affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran. These standards forbid it to seek for the production of such dangerous inhuman weapons.

Iran has again rejected the claims and accusations in terms of its nuclear program. However, this will not change the behaviour and propaganda machinery of the United States and the regime in Tel Aviv. Washington and Tel Aviv will continue to claim that Iran tries to pursue non-civilian objectives by its nuclear energy program, while Iran just wants to use a civilian nuclear energy program. The story around Netanyahu’s bomb and red line in regards of Iran and the propaganda against Tehran will continue. It simply does not matter what is the fact on ground in the Islamic Republic of Iran and what any Iranian official or the new President says.

Not to mention that it even does not help that Iran is a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Such memberships do not help when one becomes the target of a US-Israeli agenda.

Iran’s Judiciary chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani also said some things in regards of the Syrian conflict and the chemical weapons in his new statements and did not only criticize the United States for their known double standards.

Phosphorus bombs on Gaza.
Phosphorus bombs on Gaza.

Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani said that the U.S. administration in Washington has decreased its interest in a military strike against Syria because of the steadfastness of the resistance front in the Middle East. He added that also the U.S. behaviour in regards of Syria show the double standards and the contradictions between the US’ words and deeds.

Larijani explained it by saying that the United States have threatened Syria with a military attack under the pretext that the Syrian government has used chemical (nuclear?) weapons, while “they themselves have the largest nuclear and chemical arsenals.”


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