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EU tells Iran not to put British embassy employees on trial over post-election protests | World news | guardian.co.uk


The news from the insane regime that rules Iran doesn’t get any better; its leaders live in a state of denial; they fail to realize and accept that the massive  revolt following the farcical general election is home grown. Many millions of Iranians have enough of rule by clerics.  So in a state of paranoia the leaders of Iran look for non existent foreign causes and so it is that a handful of british embassy employees have been tortured and forced to confess stories suitable for the Theocracy.  The European Union if it means anything at all should now act in solidarity and withdraw their diplomats from Tehran immediately:

Mark Tran in THE GUARDIAN: “The EU decided today to summon all Iranian ambassadors in capitals across Europe in a co-ordinated protest action after one of the country’s most senior clerics said some of the local British embassy workers accused of inciting protests following last month’s disputed presidential election would be put on trial.

The head of Iran’s guardian council, Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati, said the detained staff members had “made confessions” in connection with the unrest.

The surprise move by the council, Iran’s top legislative body, will cause relations between London and Tehran to deteriorate further after tit-for-tat diplomatic expulsions last week…”more

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