TEHRAN (Iran News) –The Western countries for centuries have claimed they support human rights and humanity in the world but it seems this claim is not true because the West comes to defend humanity and human rights issue whenever it likes or thinks it is necessary otherwise it gives a damn for such issues especially in Muslim states.
In recent days many high-ranking Western officials have attended at the Munich Security Conference to tackle many issues for the sake of peace and security in the world but they have ignored humanity by focusing more on Ukraine and the Islamic Republic of Iran rather than on the quake in Turkey and Syria which has been one of the most deadliest quakes in the history that its death toll has been so far over 45,000 people and it is expected the toll surpasses 50,000 at least.
Western leaders have pledged unwavering support for Ukraine “as long as necessary” as Russia’s military campaign against the former Soviet state is approaching its first anniversary with no end in sight.
Speaking at the 59th Munich Security Conference (MSC) on Saturday, Western leaders vowed to remain steadfast in their support for Kiev amid worries about “a prolonged conflict.”
In their speeches, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron stressed that the West would not lose its patience, even as debate intensifies about the war effort’s scale, its cost, and the economic damage it has inflicted around the world.
“It is not really a very good idea” to “discuss the question of when, in which month, the war will end,” Scholz said.
“The really important decision that we should all take together is saying that we are willing to do it as long as necessary and that we will do our best,” he added.
Macron also stated that the West is “ready for a prolonged conflict,” stressing that there could be no talks until the Kremlin had been pushed back from Ukraine.
“Now the question is how to resist? How to help the Ukrainians to make on the ground something which will force Russia to come back to the table on the conditions of Ukraine,” he said.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak urged world leaders to double down on military support for Ukraine while stressing the importance of bolstering the country’s “long-term security”.
He further called for a new security framework that would protect non-NATO countries such as Ukraine against any future offensives.
He also noted that winning in Ukraine would represent a triumph over wider global threats, adding that he wants “a victory over the very idea of war”.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Sunak pointed to the potential supply of fighter jets to Ukraine, saying there are “complications” with providing certain types of aircraft.
However, he said, the UK is training Ukrainian fighters to use the jets at a NATO standard, adding that London would “happily support other countries” if they had the capacity to provide jets immediately.
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris also reaffirmed Washington’s commitment to Kiev during her speech, saying the US is proud to be Ukraine’s partner in “this noble pursuit.”
Harris acknowledged that Ukrainians will “continue to be tried and tested”, though she was confident they will “rise to the task”.
In spite of the Russian government’s repetitive warnings against fanning the flames of war in Ukraine, Harris said “If Putin thinks he can wait us out, he is badly mistaken, “adding that “time is not on his side.”
One can see all of those leaders have concentrated their attention on Ukraine and blaming Russia but they have not given a damn to what has happened in Turkey and Syria. It seems humanity is like a ball for playing and the Western states play with it whenever they like and for them criticizing Russia and Iran is currently more important than any issue in the world while innocent people in Turkey and Syria need global help and attention.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is the only country which has reiterated it will continue helping Turkey and Syria as the country has sent several aid packages to Turkey and Syria. Muslim states should take this point into consideration that the Western states should not been expected to help Turkey and Syria because they are Muslim states and this is something that the West is sensitive on it as we know Syria is under heavy sanctions imposed by the West.
As the Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Saturday reiterated, Muslims should rush to help Syria and Turkey to alleviate the pain of the quake as Tehran has shown its commitment in the past and in recent days that it will support Muslim states in the hard times and it is time for all Muslim states to help Syria and Turkey as their brotherly countries.
The West is also better to forget the issue of humanity and continue the game of Ukraine and blaming Iran for baseless accusations and people in the world do not trust the West and its support of humanity issues because they see the double standard approach of the West practically in dealing with quake in Syria and Turkey or other issues like the crimes of Israel. The West does everything to save Ukraine by any kind of financial help but it spares any decision to financially support for Syria and Turkey or at least for easing sanctions against Syria to let Muslim countries help this country.
So Muslim nations are recommended to show the West real commitment to humanity by helping Turkey and Syria to overcome the devastating disaster which claimed lives of tens of thousands.