Iran’s Ambassadors Must Be Expelled From All States

Algerian writer and journalist Anwar Malek, a former member of the Arab Society in Syria, wrote an article recently saying, “Chapter 7 United Nations resolutions must be passed against Iran’s meddling in the region, and the ambassadors of this regime be expelled from all Arabic, Islamic and Western countries, and also international organizations.”

“Leaders taking part in the historic (Arab Islamic American) conference in Riyadh delivered speeches condemning Iran and considering this regime responsible for terrorism that has targeted the region. Of course, the most important remarks were provided by … Saudi King Salman … as he emphasized Iran leads global terrorism… What took place in Riyadh highlighted how the time has come for Iran’s eviction…

– Destruction of Bashar Assad’s regime and prosecuting Iran for its role in Syria through taking measures against Hezbollah militias, the Revolutionary Guards and ISIS…

– Setting aside the sharia cloak provided for sectarian Shiite militias in Iraq (as both these militias and ISIS) are both in support of terrorism…

– Supporting the Iranian Resistance and recognizing the National Council of Resistance of Iran as the sole legal representative of the Iranian people.

– Iran’s ambassadors of this regime be expelled from all Arabic, Islamic and western countries, and also international organizations

– Prosecuting Iranian regime officials in international courts for war crimes, inhumane crimes and mass killings in Arabic and Islamic countries through Shiite militias, terrorism directly supported by Iran and the IRGC

– Prosecuting [Iranian Supreme Leader Ali] Khamenei for using global intelligence and financial networks to carry out terrorist attacks…

– Issuing Chapter 7 United Nations resolutions against Iran’s meddling in the region and prosecuting Shiite militias militarily, through security measures, financially and intellectually.

Source » ncr-iran

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