Tuesday, August 26, 2003

Iran's president: Britain should apologize over the arrest of former ambassador“The arrest in London of a former Iranian diplomat wanted for his alleged role in the bombing of a Jewish community center in Argentina will harm Iranian-British ties, Iran's foreign minister was quoted as telling his British counterpart Monday.
Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi made the comment in a phone conversation Sunday with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Iran's official news agency, IRNA, reported. IRNA quoted Straw as saying talks over the issue would continue.
Also Sunday, President Ali Mohammed Khatami said Britain should apologize and end the detention of the former diplomat Hade Soleimanpour. The British charge d'affaires in Iran was summoned to the Foreign Ministry for the second time in two days. “

As it seems that the easiest & safest work in Iran is being a terrorist…you do & have whatever you want & are even supported by the leaders of a country who kill & arrest people.
It’s a shame to talk or even think about this problem of Iranian diplomat & Khatami’s support. It’s a shame that we live in a country with a regime that directly support the terrorism.

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