LONDON — Iran on Tuesday strongly rejected Canadian police claims that a planned terrorist attack to derail a passenger train was linked to Al Qaeda elements on its soil, saying there was “no shred of evidence” to substantiate the claim, reports by Iranian state media said.
As I watched the angry mob of Zion-loathers celebrating the Ayatollah Khomeini's Al Quds Day on the grounds of Ontario's provincial legislature this past summer, it didn't seem to me as if Iranophobia was on Canada's agenda. Far from it. In fact, it appeared that, if anything, we were far too tolerant of the Khomeinist agenda, and that we had opened our doors to far too many folks who openly embrace it--to the detriment of both Canada and Canadian Jewry.Speaking at a scheduled news conference, Ramin Mehmanparast, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, accused Canada of hostility toward his country, according to the Press TV satellite broadcaster. “The Islamic Republic of Iran is the biggest victim of terrorism, but the extremist administration of Canada has put Iranophobia on its agenda over the recent years,” he said...
Iranophobia? Halevai (rough translation from the Yiddish: if only), as my late bubby might have said.
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