Mottaki Faces Neda

Iranian foreign minister visit sparks EU Parliament outcry

Brussels ( - A visit by Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki sparked an outcry Tuesday in the European Parliament in Brussels, with one lawmaker calling him 'a murderer.' British conservative Struan Stevenson launched his verbal attack before Mottaki entered the foreign affairs committee for a closed-door hearing. He was holding a picture of Neda Agha Soltan, a student killed last year during demonstrations against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's re-election >>>


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Thank you sir.

by پیام on

For the support.


The End

by Ferfereh on

All these are signs of The End of Isalmic regime, but we must be aware of EU, England, .. or other who never ever want a democratic regime for Iran, they want to keep this regime with some changes. Nobody, I mean nobody except us Iranians want prosperity, freedom, democracy for our land.


I am pleasently surprised by these parlimentarians protest

by fooladi on

This unusual even is partly due to the general public revultion in Europe of the IRI's murder of defenceless demonstrators in Iran last year and recent executions, and partly due to the fact the European governments have seen the writing on the wall that this IRI is not going to be around for long.

Also in memory of Neda and other martyrs of democtracy movement in Iran:

Na Ghazeh, Na Lobnan, Janam fadaye Iran....


One hypocrite protesting another!

by abgosht on

It is ultimate hypocrisy when a European/American politician is
protesting Iranian official and not the Israeli official.  As members
European parliaments these folks are directly responsible for the
atrocities of Israel.   Unless they are honest about their support for
Israel, them carrying pictures of Neda is nothing more than sign of
hypocrisy than any genuine desire for peace or justice.


No place to hide

by bihonar on

This should let the IRI criminals know that tomorrow there will be no place for them anywhere in the world to hide. They will be hunted down like the Nazis and brought to justice.

Take stand. Humanity is alive and well.


You are correct divaneh

by Onlyiran on

This is just like what was happening to the Shah in the years preceding the revolution.  The IRI is in real trouble.


Courages act

by MRX1 on

Generaly Euopean diplomats try to look the other way and sweap everything under the rug, so it's a pleasent surprise indeed.

What is interesting though, I was expecting IRR to find some sacrifical lamb: executing bunch of innocent people, blaming neda's death on them. (same shtick they did when they burned Rex theatre to the ground, babecuing 300 some people, passing the blame to previous regime and executing bunch of innocent people who had nothing to do with it) perhaps some of our local IRR sympathizers can explain why they have not done so?


Well done

by divaneh on

It's just like what was happening to the Shah when he travelled abroad before the revolution. These are all the signs that a movement is taking more momentum and the toppling of the dictatorship is only a matter of time.



by yolanda on

IRI wanted the world to forget about Neda and move on, we won't.....Thank you for posting the video!


Just a question...

by ghalam-doon on

Where are the green protesters?


Yes, yes

by عموجان on

I hope to see more of this for IRI officials around the world 

Anonymous Observer

Murderer indeed

by Anonymous Observer on

This is great.  IRI officials cannot get away from the truth and consequences of their crimes wherever they go.  The regime has lost all legitimacy, inside and outside of Iran.