Tehran (IP) - The Deputy Minister of International Affairs and Secretary of the Human Rights Staff of the Iranian Judiciary called the action of the French publication Charlie Hebdo in insulting the holy site of the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH) a clear violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Iran PressIran news: Ali Bagheri Kani, deputy director of international affairs and secretary of the human rights staff of the Iranian judiciary, said on Friday that the French weekly Charlie Hebdo's insult to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was unjustifiable and another manifestation of modern ignorance.

He considered the definition of freedom of the western countries in the framework of the interests of their governing body and added: "This framework is not in line with the indicators that lead to the evolution of human society; Wherever it is against their interests, they even oppose it with weapons, and wherever it is in their interests, they even promote it; this duality is at the heart of this thinking, which is not based on right and justice.

Bagheri Kani also considered the insult to the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH) in line with the UAE's action in establishing relations with the Zionist regime and recognizing this fake regime, saying: "This was an insulting act in Europe to divert public opinion in the region from recognizing the presence of the Zionist regime in the Persian Gulf."

The French magazine Charlie Hebdo recently republished controversial insulting cartoons about the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH) in a new audacity.


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