Seventy Iranian lawmakers have signed a letter to question Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif over his positions vis-a-vis the Holocaust and the Israeli regime.Hat Tip: EOZ.
“The signatures for this question have reached 70,” senior Iranian lawmaker Mohammad Javad Karimi Qoddousi, told Fars News Agency in a Saturday interview.
“The question has been sent to the Foreign Ministry and it will be reviewed in the first session of the National Security [and Foreign Policy] Committee of Majlis,” said Karimi who sits on the committee.
In the letter to the Foreign Ministry, Iranian legislators pointed to Zarif’s interview with a German TV channel in early February in which he slammed the Holocaust as a “a horrifying tragedy” that “should never occur again.”
The lawmakers also called Zarif’s remarks about Palestinians’ right to recognize Israel, as ‘passive’.
“What is the reason for the passivity in your views about the issue of the illegitimate Israeli regime and the Holocaust,” the letter asked.
Sunday, February 16, 2014
PressTV: "70 MPs seek to question Zarif over Holocaust remarks"
This is reminiscent of L'affaire d'Masha'ei. Saying something sane about Israel and the Holocaust is a very bad career move in the Islamic Republic: