News On Iran & Its NeighboursSyriaSyrian Opposition Negotiator Condemns Iran for Its Abuses at...

Syrian Opposition Negotiator Condemns Iran for Its Abuses at Home and Abroad

-

Iran Focus

London, 4 Mar – The chief negotiator of the Syrian opposition, Salem al-Meslet, condemned the Iranian regime for its meddling in Syria and the repression of its own people at home. He said: “The Iranian and Syrian people have suffered from the Iranian regime’s crimes and terrorism, and this regime is using the Iranian’s people’s wealth for its terrorist plots.”

He said that the aim is to end the Syrian and Iranian dictatorships and to spare more lives from being lost to the terrorist plots of the mullahs in Iran.

He said: “The Assad regime wants no solution in Syria and only seeks a military road map. But we came to Syria and we are seriously seeking a political transition, which guarantees an end to the Syrian people’s sufferings … however, the Assad regime always resorts to bogus pretexts, which no longer deceives anyone.”

The biggest problem in Syria is Iran and its control. Iran is behind the terrorism in Syria more than the Syrian dictatorship.

Al-Meslet also stated that Damascus and Tehran are not seeking real solutions to the problems. “In the Astana talks Iran claimed it is a guarantor; however, and when they were discussing issues, they and their militias, alongside Assad’s militias, were committing the most horrific crimes against the Syrian people in a number of areas.”

He said that he wants to see these crimes end so that the innocent people in the region can live peacefully without the threat of terrorism. Again he emphasised that Iran is behind the terrorist actions.

“The Iranian people are suffering from this regime. Iran is a very rich country. But unfortunately the Iranian people are suffering from poverty and all the assets of these people are used for terrorist plots pursued by the regime in Tehran. We want to see the end of this and the end of this regime’s plots in Syria and Iran. I hope the Iranian people will rise and stand against this regime’s crimes. A nation that has truly suffered much hardship.”

 

Latest news

Raisi’s Execution Tactics Exposed

Ebrahim Raisi will become president of Iran in just over a week, even though (or perhaps, because) his resume...

Khuzestan Water Shortages Protests

The Khuzestan protests over water shortages entered their 12th consecutive day on Monday, with demonstrations spreading to other cities...

Iran’s Failed Economic Policies Lead to Loss of Food Security

In the field of economics, there are two types of challenges. First, urgent issues, and second, long-term problems. In...

Iran Water Protests Revive Opportunities and Threats From Earlier Nationwide Uprisings

On or about July 15, residents of the Iranian province of Khuzestan began protesting over severe and persistent water...

Iran’s Officials: “We Are All To Blame”

Because of the destruction of the eight-year Iran-Iraq war which destroyed Iran’s southwestern Khuzestan province the other border provinces,...

The Disastrous Results of Iran’s Corrupted Projects

Following the recent protests over the water shortage of the Iranian people mainly in the Khuzestan province, there is...

Must read

EU approves sanctions on Iran

Iran Focus: London, Feb. 13 – The European Union...

Iran expels Italian journalist: report

AFP: Iran has expelled an Italian journalist who was...

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you