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Attorney to President Donald Trump and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani spoke Saturday at the annual Free Iran event, where he accused the Islamic Republic of Iran of “crimes against humanity,” and said that its dictatorship could no longer be tolerated.
Giuliani was one of hundreds of representatives from almost 50 different countries that attended the historic event held at Ashraf-3 in Albania, the new headquarters of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK), Iran’s primary resistance group.
Point - History - Murders - Crimes - Oppression
“Aren’t we now at the point in history when we can all stand up and say, ‘No more! No more murders, no more crimes, no more oppression. You have to go!’” said Giuliani.
“I accuse them,” he said in his remarks. “I accuse the ayatollah, and [President Hassan] Rouhani, and all of their sycophants and followers. I accuse them of murder, not just murder, mass murder, crimes against humanity. How can we tolerate this and look at ourselves in the mirror?”
Giuliani - European - Union - Complacency - Iran
Giuliani also charged the European Union with complacency in dealing with Iran. “We should be embarrassed for our countries, if they haven’t stood up against this,” he said. “There is no middle ground here. It doesn’t get us so angry that we’re willing to act. So there are three things that we...
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