Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Rapist of slained Iranian-Canadian journalist guest of new Human Rights body

SMCCDI (Information Service):
Tehran's infamous Prosecutor General "Saeed Mortazavi" is currently the guest of the newly formed UN Human Rights body in Switzerland.

Mortazavi is notorious for the crackdown on dissidents, journalists and his main role in the rape and torture of Zahra Kazemi a slained Iranian-Canadian journalist.

The Tehran prosecutor general and prosecutor of the Revolutionary Court, accompanied by a number of Islamist judicial officials, including the theocratic regime's Justice Minister Jamal Karimi-Rad left for Geneva, Switzerland Monday morning to attend the first meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council. READ MORE

During his stay in Geneva, Mortazavi will confer with a number of representatives of the countries and the UN Secretary General. Most likely, the Islamic regime will transform the new Human Rights body into another platform for the promotion of its hate messages and a tribune for attacking Humanist and Liberal ideals.

The newly founded council started its activity in Geneva Monday and will continue up to June 22. It is being attended by the high-ranking representatives of more than 100 countries.