Iranian Resistance condemns bombing in Tehran as a bid by mullahs to blackmail EU into retreat in face of Tehran nuclear defiance
The Iranian Resistance condemns the bombings this morning outside the offices of two British firms in Tehran. The explosions a few hours after the mullahs started up work at Isfahan’s nuclear facility was a dirty and transparent attempt at blackmail by Tehran in a bid to extract even more concessions from the European Union. They were also designed to force the EU into retreat in the face of the mullahs’ intransigence regarding its nuclear weapons program.
In the absence of a decisive policy on the part of the international community since the advent of the theocracy in Iran 26 years ago, the mullahs have used terrorism as an instrument of advancing their foreign policy.
The mullahs’ new president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been among the regime’s terrorist ringleaders. He was one of the masterminds of the 1979 U.S. embassy takeover in Tehran, and responsible for the assassination of dissidents and opponents in and out of Iran. Ahmadinejad also led the team commissioned to implement the anti-Islamic fatwa to murder the British novelist Salman Rushdie.
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
August 2, 2005