Dhimmi of the day
An Iranian Jewish legislator on Tuesday voiced the strong protest of the worldwide Jewish community at an Israeli court investigation into the murder of American Peace Activist Rachel Corrie by Israeli forces in the occupied Palestinian territories.
“While the world’s Jews support Ms. Rachel Corrie, the UN has kept silence on the issue,” Siamak Mereh Sedq regretted, criticizing the world body for keeping mum on the crimes committed by the Israeli regime on the occupied Palestinian territories.
Noting that the trial organized by the Zionist regime for Rachel Corrie’s case does not come up with the standards of the international laws and regulations, Mereh Sedq called on the international organizations to break their silence on the issue and show their affection and sympathy for the peace activists all throughout the world.
Iran’s token Jewish member of government says that Iran’s system of justice is up to par, but Israel’s fall short of international standards.
On November 11, 2004, in Sanandaj, a 14-year-old Kurdish boy died after having received 85 lashes because he broke his fast during the month of Ramadan.
I’m sure Mr. Sedq will fight tirelessly to encourage the Kurdish family to sue their government for wrongful death. After all, the racist state of Israel is allowing a wrongful-death suit against themselves, and Sedq knows for certain that Iran’s system of justice is more refined than Israel’s!