A Regime's Member of Parliament: More Than 1,000 People Have Died, People Are Hungry, They Do Not Have a Tent
Earthquake in Iran- No. 3
• AFP News Agency: Most of the aid that was distributed among the people belonged to private individuals
• Obstruction in the distribution of popular aid and theft by repressive forces
Remarks by the regime’s MP from Kermanshah, Ahmad Safari, 72 hours after the earthquake, is a clear confession to the fact that the only thing that does not matter to the corrupt and criminal leaders of the regime is the suffering of the people. On Wednesday November 15, after visiting the Sarepol-e-Zahab, Qasr Shirin and Salas Babajani, Safari said: "This is the Day of Resurrection. More than 1,000 people died.... I went to a village where they said they had buried 20 people on the first day. These people are not included in the death toll. In just one alley in Sarepol-e-Zahab, 70 people were killed. More than 250 people died in Mehr housing.