Supporting the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism again
The commission of human rights of the united nations and Ahmad Shahid the special representative of this foundation in the Iranian human right affairs supported the heads of the deviant cult of Bahaâ€™ism and condemned Iran with the continuation of oral attacks against Bahaâ€™is.
Today, the commission of human rights of the united Nations issued a statement and accused the Iranian religious judicial and political officials for stating hateful words against the Bahaâ€™is and claimed this approached represents the lack of tolerance of the Bahaâ€™i community which will lead to discrimination and the violent actions against the Bahaâ€™is by others.
According to the free Europe radio, Ahmad Shahid the special representative of the human rights of the united nations in the Iranian affairs said: â€œThe continual and organized persecutions by the Iranian government against the Bahaâ€™is are against the judicial commitments in International level.â€
Heiner Bill Feldt, the UN special reporter on freedom of religions, said: â€œThe increase in hostile discourse has threatened the Iranian Bahaâ€™i community.â€
It happened several days ago:
â€œSaudi alliance was temporarily removed out of the list of the children killers in Yemen.â€
Following the backlash of Saudi Arabia- the Un said on Monday that the United Nations removes Saudi-led coalition out of the black list of the killers of children in Yemen.
The secretary general of the United Nations had told on June, 2 (Khordad, 13) that Saudi-led military coalition is responsible for 60 percent of children who were killed and injured in Yemen over the previous year. During the coalition attacks 510 children were killed and 667 ones injured.
Stephen Dujarik, Ban Ki-moonâ€™s spokesman said: The secretary general of the United Nations has agreed Saudi Arabiaâ€™s proposal for a joined review of the Cases mentioned in the report.
He added: â€œthe secretary general removes the name of the coalition out of the list until it is concluded about the joined review trend.â€
Saudi representative in the United Nations, Abdullah al-Moallemi said to the reporters: â€œThe Coalition feels its innocence has been proven.â€ He also announced that: â€œThis change in the list of the violators of children rights is final and unconditional.â€
He had previously said that: â€œthe figures mentioned in the United Nations report is extremely exaggerated.â€ And he had asked for immediate reform.
According to mentioned-above explanation supporting Bahaâ€™ism follows the political aims just like the removal of Saudi-led coalitionâ€™s name out of the black list of the violators of human rights.