Source: Erem News
Date of issue: 13 April 2019, 16:56 GTM
The previous Iranian president, member of the Expediency Council, Aḥmadīnežād, described the revolution, which the late Supreme Leader Homeīnī started in the year 1979 against the regime of Moḥammad Reẓā Pahlavī shah as a “British job”, according to what was accounted by the cleric “ ‘Abbās Amīrī-Far”, who is one of the personalities close to him.
The official Iranian news agency “Īsnā” delivered on Saturday from Amīrī-Far his affirmation, what Aḥmadīnežād said in a special session, where he was one of those present and took place in the region of (Velenğak), north of Tehran that “Islamic Revolution lead by Homeīnī was a British job”.
Amīrī[-Far] said on Saturday that [Aḥmadī]nežād aired even worse statements (than the revolution was planned by and done by the British), and because the degrading words said by [Aḥmadī]nežād he left the meeting and broke his connections with him.
And now – says Amīrī[-Far] – “you, with all due respect, can believe it or not, yet if you watched the recent interviews (of [Aḥmadī]nežād), what is worse that he mocked and wronged the Supreme Leader (‘Alī Hāmeneī).
He added: “I am proud to announce to everyone that I am Sheikh ‘Abbās Amīrī-Far, member of the Revolutionary Guards in the rank 19 (rank of Major-General), and still retired.”
[Aḥmadī]nežād in his press interview last 26 February, after he lashed out against Supreme Leader Hāmeneī, that the situation in his country as “considerably bad”, pointing to that “the economic and other conditions in the era of Moḥammad Reẓā Pahlavī shah was much better than in the current time.”
[Aḥmadī]nežād, who was in power for 8 years, said in his speech with the “Fars News” news agency that “the social liberties are now are worse than in the time of Moḥammad Reẓā Pahlavī shah, and the prisons are full with the opponents of the three powers, and that the judges can’t even face the simplest criticism.”
The authorities in Tehran arrested “Esfandiyār Raḥīm Mešā’ī” in March 2018 with the charge of insolence against the judiciary, and insulting its leader, Ṣādeq Lārīğānī, after the court sentenced Ḥamīd Baqā’ī, aid of former president Maḥmūd Aḥmadīnežād to 15 years prison, after he was convicted for embezzlement and official corruption charges.
Former president Aḥmadīnežād says his group faces crackdown from the Iranian authorities for his protection of political opposition figures, and renouncing the judiciary’s authoritarian dealings against them.
المصدر: إرم نيوز