Tuesday, 25 July, 2017

Lessons the West must learn from French tragedy

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By: Mansour Afrasiabi

In today’s world, every action is responded with a kind of reaction.

The reasons for the regrettable tragedy which was happened in Paris Friday night and targeted innocent people, may be traced in terrorism-triggered policies of some western countries.

Hawks of western countries should have known that one day their support for Israel as well as the 5-year assistance to terrorists in both Syria and Iraq would have consequences for them.

This is the tradition of history: whatever you do will return to yourself one day.

Several months ago, Iran’s Supreme Leader made remarks over the Kuwaiti leader’s visit to Iran: “Some countries have given support to ISIL Takfiri’s crimes and killings in Syria and other districts. But sooner or later, they will be engaged with their creature and heavily pay the costs of its demolition.”

Islamic Republic of Iran has tried to shed light on the nature as well as negative repercussions of commonly-known Daesh for international community since beginning of its formation. But western countries especially the US, which have been intoxicated by Zionist doctrines, tried to stay silent.

The gruesome attacks on Paris are strongly condemned but this is the full-grown product of western countries. When Sen. McCain urged Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and its allies to do operation in the regions of Iraq and Syria, he was well aware that European countries would be faced with its negative consequences one day and the US would be excluded due to its far-reaching distance.

French government and people should be in search of finding where the terrorist group has been equipped with arms in the central district of Paris. The arms and military equipment’s sending to France would have not been possible unless notorious world’s intelligence services allowed to do so.

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