Member of Parliament from Tehran, Mehdi Kouchekzadeh, Sunday criticized authorization of CNN correspondent, Christiane Amanpour, for her activities in Iran.Hmmm...how should they have reacted? Is Amanpour due for an "honor killing"?
"Authorizing those representing the countries which are obviously hostile to the Islamic Republic of Iran to enter Iran has no justification from viewpoint of the Iranian nation," he added.
The MP said that Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance as well as Foreign Ministry should be answerable to the nation about allowing an agent acting under the guise of the sacred profession of journalism to enter the country to release conspiratorial reports aiming to sow seeds of discord.
"We have all witnessed that over the past years, she released the worst reports to the people of the world, which contradicted the facts about Iranian society," he added.
Kouchekzadeh criticized the officials for inviting the Zionist media and their affiliates to the country to prove their support for democracy and freedom of speech.
"In addition to government organizations, people from all walks of life are bound to protect their environment from impurities," said the MP.
He said that reporters in Iran should have reacted to the presence of Amanpour in Iran.
Sunday, February 04, 2007
- Sunday, February 04, 2007
- Elder of Ziyon
Ya gotta love Iran's "news" agency: