NCRI – Supporters of the Iranian Resistance in a series of demonstrations, gatherings and rallies across the world condemned Iranian regime’s meddling in Iraq following Samarra golden dome bombing two weeks ago.
In Germany, hundreds of Iranians held protest gatherings in Berlin, Hamborg and Cologne calling on government to break trade and diplomatic ties with the clerical dictatorship in Iran. They also called for an international probe into the Samarra bombing to determine the Iranian regime’s involvement in this horrific crime.
Demonstrators in Hamburg on Saturday called mullahs’ president Ahmadinejad a terrorist and urged the EU not to delay referring Iranian regime’s nuclear file to the UN Security Council for adoption of tough measures. They said that the most dangerous weapon in the hands of ruling terrorist regime in Iran will pose greatest threat to peace and security in the region and the rest of the world.
The Persian language section of radio Free Europe also reported on March 3rd that in the Sunnis mosque in Samarra, Shiekh Ahmad Hassan Taha, a Muslim leader, said the bombing in Samarra could not have been the work of any Arab or Iraqi. After the Friday prayer, a number of worshippers marched in the streets and chanted, "Iran, get out!"