Canada has no lesson to give on human rights when it kills aboriginals: Canadian professor


ENGLISH KHAMENEI – Regarding human rights violations, the US and Canada have no lessons to give. Their jails are overcrowded with citizens. The bail system systemically denies constitutional rights. Physical isolation that amounts to torture is widely used. Jail sentences are disproportionate and there is no rehabilitation. The police summarily attack and murder black, aboriginal, and economically excluded citizens on the streets and in detention. CONTINUE READING

  1. #1 by rehmat1 on 09/16/2016 - 9:34

    In 2012, Manitoba First Nation leader Terrance Nelson, visited the Islamic Republic (via Switzerland) at the invitation Iranian Majlis (parliament). He along with other Native American leaders met Iran’s then President Dr. Ahmadinejad and law-makers and appraise them the human-rights abuses against American Indigenous peoples in the US, and Canada.

    Canada’s National Post (anti-Muslim flag-ship of Zionist Jew Asper family owned Can-West till 2010) and the Zioconservative Huffington Post led the campaign against Terrance Nelson’s trip to Iran. Iranian-born Canadian professor Sadiq Rahimi criticized the visit in the Huffington Post while Iranian-born Nazanin Afshin-Jam, wife of Canada’s defense minister, Israel-Firster Peter McKay, in the National Post.

    “I tell Iranians here in Canada that even if they themselves are not big fans of the Iranian government, remember, 567,000 Iraqi children died in the first five years of the United Nations economic sanctions. The question for the Iranians in North America is how many millions of Iranians are going to die in the war against Iran,” Terrance Nelson responded to Rahimi’s anti-Tehran lies.

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