The Islamic Republic of Iran since 1979 and its foundation has faced a repeated accusation by the West and it has always been accused of violating the human rights while the Western countries are the real violators of the human rights in the world and even in their own territories.
A professor of law says that the U.S. does not do nearly enough to criticize human rights violations in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, highlighting double standards when it comes to human rights.
The United Nations Middle East envoy has censured Israel’s unlawful demolitions and settlement expansion in the occupied Palestinian territories as well as the crippling siege the regime has imposed on Gaza, complaining of a lack of progress in efforts to achieve a so-called two‑state solution to the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Since the English Premier League announced their approval of a Saudi Arabian bid to buy Newcastle United Football Club, a barrage of condemnation had been poured in by Human Rights groups who are furious with the takeover.
Scores of soldiers have been killed in missile strikes on a Saudi-backed military base in Yemen.
If one has a look back at the history of the U.S. in the international scene, he can definitely realize that the U.S. is a looter country and his presence in the countries in different continents is not for the sake of protecting human rights or saving of the nations but it just goes to those countries for its own sake and benefit and begins looting the wealth of nations under different guises.
The Western world and especially the U.S. and some of its European allies have always meddled in the domestic affairs of other countries under the pretext of human rights and freedom of expression while they themselves are major violators of the human rights and freedom of expression.
The United States continues to hurl accusations of human rights abuses, cyber attacks and other criminal activity at Russia, China, and several other players in the Global South.
After the Ukrainian passenger plane was shot down due to human error in Iran, some countries like Canada decided to take advantage of this mishap in favor of themselves to put pressure on the Islamic Republic of Iran in order to dictate their own so-called human rights principles.
In a strongly worded letter to the Council of the European Union, Iran formally protested against the blacklisting of several individuals and entities, saying it shows European double standards on human rights in Iran.