“…continuous French support for armed Takfiri groups in France from the onset of the crisis in Syria brought along warnings by that country’s security officials who cautioned about the consequence of this policy and its ensuing perils. Ultimately, what they were predicting was switched on in the attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo weekly.”
Putting the onus on others is the special knack the mullahs ruling Iran have. The Iranian people though are well familiar with these deceptions.
The mullahs have executed 120,000 political dissidents, but to escape accountability, they point the finger at the opposition and place the blame on the opposition itself.
Mullahs repeated this same deceptive knack with France. They stated that France which is mourning for the loss of lives of its journalists is itself responsible for this tragedy.
Tasnim News Agency explained:
“This attack occurred while from the onset of the war in Syria, France began playing with fire and turned into a protective umbrella for the countries that supported armed groups in Syria. It presented several draft resolutions for military operations in Syria similar to the attacks on Libya, but Russia and China, the two big allies of Syria, time and again used their veto power to frustrate the French measures to interfere.”
The most audacious part of the commentary comes later though, where it threatens France. The news agency wrote:
“Thus, in the present conditions we can state that the trend of developments in France is moving in the direction of a season of terrorist operations that was switched on by the attack on Charlie Hebdo weekly, a magazine that since several years ago had been publishing insulting caricatures against Muslims. It is evident that the Takfiri groups are trying to play with the feelings of Muslims and lure them into the battle field which they have ignited.”
“However, the attack that killed 12 and injured 40 is the result of innumerable and ill-assessed interventions by France in the developments in Syria with the French security officials most cognizant that to preserve security in various cities, a change in the French policy with regard to Syria is essential.”
It should be reminded that in the afternoon of January 7, the mullahs dishonestly condemned the terrorist crime in Charlie Hebdo weekly. But in less than 12 hours, in Tasnism News Agency commentary, playing the role of terrorists’ spokesperson in France, they threatened that further attacks are on the way.
Is this threat not adequate enough to recognize the source of terrorism and fundamentalism in our world today?