Tehran GrapevineIran lambasts the Clintons, Condi Rice

Iran lambasts the Clintons, Condi Rice

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Aug. 16 – Iran’s semi-official daily Kayhan, the mouthpiece of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has published a report lambasting former President Bill Clinton and current and former Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice.

Iran Focus

Tehran, Aug. 16 – Iran’s semi-official daily Kayhan, the mouthpiece of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has published a report lambasting former President Bill Clinton and current and former Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice.

The diatribe came after Secretary Clinton expressed grave concern over the fate of three prisoners of conscience, Jaafar Kazemi, Mohammad Haj Aghai and Javad Lari, who have been sentenced to death for their affiliation with the main Iranian opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin.

Iran Focus was appalled at the vulgarity and brazen nature of the report and thus hesitant to publish it, but in the interest of public information, it decided to post the report anyway.

Source: Kayhan daily, 12 August 2010 edition

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When Clinton defends murderers (special report)

The US Secretary of State has described several detained members of the terrorist Monafeqin grouplet [Iran’s pejorative term for the People’s Mojahedin] and a criminal adulterer as political prisoners, and called for a halt to their execution, demanding that they be freed.  While supporting these criminals, Clinton claimed: We declare our solidarity with the Iranian people.

According to the Associated Press, Clinton named S. M. [Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani], who has been sentenced to execution for adultery and murdering her husband, and another homosexual who is awaiting execution. She further named three detained members of the terrorist Monafeqin grouplet – Jaafar K., Mohammad H. and Javad L. – and said that Iran must respect the rights of political prisoners and release this group.  We are concerned about the fate of Iranians who have been sentenced to execution for exercising their right to free expression, she said.

Hillary Clinton, the wife of former US President Bill Clinton, still has to use her husband’s name despite becoming Secretary of State. Taking advantage of the exploitative and perverse principle of freedom of choice which Hillary Clinton speaks about, Bill Clinton betrayed her and had a lengthy illicit relationship with his secretary Monica Lewinski which even in the promiscuous US society became a major scandal. Furthermore, Condoleezza Rice was notorious in the media for being promiscuous in her relationships.

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Link to statement by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dated 10 August 2010: Urging Iran to Respect the Fundamental Freedoms of its Citizens

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