Human Rights a Politicized Tool Used Against Independent States
IRAN NEWS NATIONAL DESK
TEHRAN – Judiciary Chief said that Canada violates human rights and is a haven for the corrupt and criminals, adding that countries have realized that human rights have become seriously politicized and have become a tool to put pressure on independent countries.
Judiciary Chief Hojjatoleslam Seyed Ebrahim Raisi at a session of the Supreme Judicial Council said that the majority of countries did not agree with the so-called UN human rights resolution against Iran, which was founded by Canadians and, as usual, was supported by the United States, the Zionist regime and some Western countries.
“The United Nations is at odds with the Islamic Republic’s fight against drugs and traffickers, and on one hand it appreciates our actions and on the other hand it issues a resolution against us,” Raisi said.
“If we stop drug trafficking control and inspection, drugs will pervade all of Europe and the United States,” he said.
Raisi added as long as Basij is present and the spirit of Basij prevails in Iran, the enemy will not threaten this country.
He noted: “The spirit of the Basij can help the judiciary in advancing its missions in crime prevention, social pathology, harm elimination, dispute resolution and correction of criminals.”
Raisi stated that the mobilization of lawyers can help the judiciary in advancing its missions by educating the public and raising the legal awareness of the people.
The head of the judiciary added: “In any sector where the spirit of the Basij prevails, that sector will be efficient and successful, and we can overcome all the problems, conspiracies and seditions of the enemies.”
Raisi said: “Today, our medical and nursing staff has risen to fight the coronavirus and help the people with the spirit of Basij.”
He also hailed Iran’s medical sector’s personnel for their endeavors to help people to overcome the Coronavirus, and recommended health ministry officials to stay away from being involved in recent disputes. He also called for a collective work in the health ministry in using all research and scientific capacities for protecting the lives of the people.