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Trudeau calls out Iran, calls the regime “brutal and bloodthirsty.”

by The Canadian Parvasi

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On Tuesday, in an address in Nova Scotia, Justin Trudeau called out the Iranian Regime assuring the crowd to hold them accountable for shooting down flight PS752 which had 63 Canadian citizens on board. He also expressed dismay over the current situation in Iran citing that he will always support women’s rights “in Iran and all over the world.”

The flight was carrying 82 Iranians, 63 Canadians as well as 11 Ukrainians. Prime Minister Trudeau assured the gathering that Canada has been supporting the families of the victims. The plane crash happened while the friction between the US and Iran was growing in January 2020, with the US authorizing drone strikes and Iran launching ballistic missiles at US troops in retaliation.

Trudeau had previously also announced sanctions on Iran and its morality police on September 26, 2022, stating, “To the women in Iran protesting, and to those supporting you – we stand with you.”

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The address comes a day after Ottawa imposed sanctions on Iran following the death of the 22-year-old Masha Amini, who was taken into custody by Iran’s ‘morality police’  enforcing dress codes. Amini has since died in custody sparking global outrage as well as protests all over Iran as well as the world with Iranian women and even teenage girls cutting their hair and removing their headscarves in solidarity with Amini.The sanctions name 25 persons including high-rank government officials as well as nine institutions that “violate human rights and spread the Iranian regime’s propaganda and misinformation.”

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Mohammed-Hossein Bagheri, chief of staff of Iran’s armed forces, IRGC Commander-in-Chief Major General Hossein Salami, and Esmail Qaani, commander of the Quds Force of the IRGC are some individuals named in the sanction. Iran’s morality police and Ministry of Intelligence and Security and Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGP) are some entities that have also been sanctioned by Ottawa

Further Speaking on the current situation in Iran, Trudeau outright called out the Iranian regime for their “violation of human rights.” Stating, “And as we’re seeing now, Iran’s continued repression of its own people, it’s (a) violation of human rights and the murder of not just women like Mahsa Amini but also students (and) young people who are courageously protesting against this brutal and bloodthirsty regime that is increasingly illegitimate in the eyes of (people) all around the world, not just of Canadians.”


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