By Amir Emadi
Source: The Hill
Talk about the “wrong prism” to view Iran. An Iranian regime consulate employee in New York has recently taken to the American press to spew Tehran’s propaganda against the main Iranian opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK). He is on a mission.
In principle, the emissaries of the “world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism” should not have the audacity to regulate how others should see Iran. They have no legitimacy at home, and they should not assert legitimacy abroad. Imagine how ridiculous it would be for the diplomats of Kim Jong-un or Bashar al-Assad or Adolph Hitler to extol the virtues of their murderous wrath and pretend to act on their citizenry’s behalf. Iran Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s emissaries are no different.