Iran's Intelligence Minister:

Tehran (IP) - Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said that the US' record is full of crime, bloodshed, and human rights violations, noting that some governments seek to dominate and plunder the wealth of other countries.

Iran Press/Iran news: In the national meeting to reread and disclose the American human rights, Mahmoud Alavi referred to the recent departure of the United States from several international agreements and added that in multilateral agreements none of the parties can withdraw, while the United States has withdrawn because of its own benefits. 

Iran's Intelligence Minister stated that the United States and the Zionist regime have shown that they are not rational and are using force and we must reciprocate. 

He referred to the Leader's remarks on standing firmly against global arrogance and not let them encroach.  

Emphasizing Iran's powerful position due to its missile and weapon's power the high ranking official noted that if the US wants to violate Iran's dignity we will act in the same way. The human rights violation has become systematic and normal in the US, Alavi highlighted. Pointing to the killing of an American black man by the US police, the minister said that not only the US did not react to stop such violence but also supported this behavior.

Referring to the US imposed sanctions on Iran, Alavi said that in the tough condition of coronavirus in Iran the US has imposed pharmaceutical sanctions on our country which has never had such behavior with others.

The US thinks that can shake the will of the Iranian nation while Iranian rely on Islamic believes, the minister noted.

The national meeting to reread and disclose the American human rights attended by Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi was held in the Islamic Propagation Organization.

US President Donald Trump unilaterally pulled out the US from the Iran nuclear deal in 2018 and reimposed illegal sanctions on Tehran.

The death of George Floyd, 46, a black man who died on 25 May after he was pinned down by a white Minnesota police officer, has sparked outrage and protests in Minneapolis, across the United States, and around the world and show one of the US old problems; human rights violation, police brutality and racism especially against African Americans.


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