Change! Iranian Regime Calls on UN to Prosecute US Officials For Promoting Terorism


Thousands of Iranians took part in massive anti-US rallies today. (ISNA)

The Iranian regime announced today that they wil ask the United Nations to prosecute US administration officials for promoting and sponsoring terrorism.
Fars News reported:

Iran on Friday asked the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to prosecute the US administration officials for promoting and sponsoring terrorism.

Addressing hundreds of thousands of ralliers attending the November 4th rallies in Tehran marking the anniversary of the takeover of the US embassy in 1979, Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Secretary Saeed Jalili displayed a number of documents detailing US involvement in acts of terror against the Islamic Republic, and said Tehran has two large collections of such documents which will be given to Ban Ki-moon to be presented to all the UN member states.

“Iran’s ambassador to the UN will in a formal letter ask the UN Secretary-General to provide other countries with the documents on the United States’ management and financial backup for terrorists and put the judicial prosecution of the US administration on (the UN) agenda based on conventions,” Jalili said.

“The United States has formally used its forces for terror and sabotage against Iran and other countries and as the Supreme Leader has said we have documents to discredit the United States.

The revelations came two days after Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei described the US as the great terrorist in the world.

Iranian protesters also called for the trial of White House officials for promoting terrorism.

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