Iran's High Council for Human Rights:
Self-reliance, self-esteem; most important achievements of Islamic Republic of Iran
Tehran (IP) - On the occasion of the Islamic Republic Day in Iran, the High Council for Human Rights of Iran issued a statement noting that self-reliance and self-esteem are the most important achievements of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Iran Press/ Iran News: On the occasion of the Islamic Republic Day in Iran, High Council for Human Rights of Iran issued a statement, noting: ”Although during the life of the Iranian nation, the greed of the outside powers created conditions that this nation could not make good use of its god-given capacities throughout its history, this nation has always experienced a growing movement of material and spiritual excellence."
In a part of the statement, it is stated, “When Imam Khomeini called for the fight against authoritarian rule and opposing Iran's political, cultural and economic dependence on foreigners, especially the United States at a religious school in the city of Qom, the Iranian nation rose up and shouted "Independence, Freedom, the Islamic Republic".
In another part of the statement, the High Council for Human Rights of Iran said, “The Islamic Republic is a country in which all segments of the nation are equal and the light of divine justice shines upon everyone. There is no difference in race and skin color in the Islamic Republic, all are brothers and equal.”
High Council for Human Rights of Iran strongly believes that self-reliance and self-esteem are the most important achievements of the Islamic Republic so that in the course of its evolution, everyone is responsible for their own growth and promotion.