Iran's judicial spokesman: Iran will never tolerate bullying and coercion
The spokesman for Iran's judiciary Gholam Hussein Mohseni-Eje'i warned on Monday that Iran might tolerate pressure, but it will never tolerate bullying, coercion, and injustice.
Iran Press/Iran news: Iranian politician and the spokesman of Iran's judiciary, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje'i in an exclusive interview with Iran Press stressed the fact that during the last four decades the Iranians have never neglected their very first aim for which they had staged their Islamic revolution which is honor, dignity together with the Islamic and revolutionary teachings.
Iran's top judiciary official continued that Iranians strong and noticeable presence in February 11 rallies despite the cold and rainy weather serve as a loud message to all of the enemies that "Iran would rather tolerate the existing pressures but it will never tolerate bullying and coercion".
Mohseni-Eje'i further explained that the Iranian nation would continue its 40 –year- old struggle and resistance but it never leans toward enemies' injustice.
Furthermore; Iran's top judiciary official went on to describe the body's mission to fulfill justice and to fight against the oppressors.
Referring to the 40-year-old records of Iran's judiciary, Mohseni-Eje'i said that the body has always done its best during the past four decades to fight against corruption and defend the oppressed people both inside and outside of the country.
Mohseni-Eje'i's remarks came on the sidelines of the rallies which commemorate February 11, 1979, when followers of the late Imam Ruhollah Khomeini(RH) ousted a US-backed monarch, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
On, 11 February 1979, the Iranian nation’s struggles and protests against the tyrannical monarchical Pahlavi regime came to fruition.104/203/211