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Iran condemns the attack on the Askariyan shrine in Iraq. watch

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    We strongly condemn this attack on the holy shrine of Imam al Hadi and Imam al Askari. Those who carry out such attacks, and the 'return' attacks on Sunni mosques, are neither Sunni nor Shia. We hope that the perpetrators are brought to justice soon.
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    Japan heartily agrees with Iran. We condemn the terrorists who planned and put into action these attacks, and hopes that they will be brought before the full rigour of justice soon.
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    Austria agrees with Iran and Japan and heavily condemns the attacks. Further Austria hopes that the current situation in Iraq soon changes to the better, preventing a civil war.
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    Germany condemns the terrorists in Iraq and hopes that they are brought to justice.
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    Russia condemns this terror attack and offers its support to Iran for anything it does to bring the perpetrators to justice. Russia hopes the US will do everything in its power also.
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    (Original post by Jangliss)
    Russia condemns this terror attack and offers its support to Iran for anything it does to bring the perpetrators to justice. Russia hopes the US will do everything in its power also.
    Turkey must remind Russia that this attack happened in Iraq, not Iran. Therefore Iran can do nothing to bring the perpetrators to justice.

    Turkey echoes the general feelings expressed by members.
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    the KSA echoes the comments of the Iranian delegate.

    however there are no single perpetrators of such attacks. to tackle this issue we must face the root of the problem, the occupation of Iraq.

    the KSA urges all muslims to follow the path of peace in search of their objectives.
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    (Original post by Socrates)
    Those who carry out such attacks, and the 'return' attacks on Sunni mosques, are neither Sunni nor Shia.
    Micronesia requests a clear explanation of the meaning of the above comment. Micronesia believes that Iran is implying that guilt lies with outside elements (such as the US?) trying to stoke up sectarian tensions in Iraq and asks the position to be clarified. Micronesia asks those countries who have given their own positions by referencing those of Iran (Japan, Austria, KSA), to consider the implications carefully. Very sneaky, Iran, very sneaky.
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    (Original post by JonathanH)
    Micronesia requests a clear explanation of the meaning of the above comment.
    The comment is very clear.

    The attack has most likely been carried out by Zarqawi and his ilk, who in turn is commanded by Osama bin Laden. Since the Iranian government does not, and has never, agreed with the stances taken by the Wahhabi ideology and those who practise and preach it (more so since the Shia, in Iran and all over the world, have been victims of Wahhabi/Salafi orchestrated terror attacks), we do not consider them to be within the fold of Islam.

    Since nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack (as far as I am aware), and although we think that the perpetrators are Zarqawi led, a foreign hand cannot be ruled out.
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    Argentina asks for Micronesia to apologise to Iran for the comment above.

    Anyone above the age of 8 and who can read english would exactely understand that the Iranian representative meant. If you read (again) you would have understood his statment was that anyone behind the attack of the shrine and also the revenge attacks are not worthy enough to call themselves 'Sunni nor Shia' muslims and should be ashamed.

    Argentina would be happy enough to provide grammar for beginners lessons to Micronesia.
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    Israel condemns all terrorist attacks.
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    (Original post by Refused)
    Argentina would be happy enough to provide grammar for beginners lessons to Micronesia.
    Iran recommends Micronesia to take up such a wonderful opportunity since they do not come around very often.
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    Israel thinks that countries are "milking the joke," not that it was ever funny in the first place. It would be much more diplomatic to comment that Micronesia made a mistake rather than ganging up against the representative.
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    Micronesia made no mistake, Micronesia merely assumed that the Iranian delegate was representing the position of the Ayatollah of Iran who said of the recent bombings: "the occupation forces and Zionism, which seeing their plans for Iraq dissolve, have planned this atrocity to sew hate between Muslims and fuel divisions between Sunnis and Shiites".

    Iran indeed blamed the US and Israel for the bombs, so Micronesia's assumption was not an error, it was entirely valid.

    The fact that the deplorable Iranian delegate (and his lap-dogs) have, through lies, now tried to invalidate this valid assumption is not the fault of Micronesia.
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    (Original post by Socrates)
    The comment is very clear.

    The attack has most likely been carried out by Zarqawi and his ilk, who in turn is commanded by Osama bin Laden.
    That's not what your Ayatollah said, is it now, you deplorable little liar?

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    Iran recommends Micronesia to take up such a wonderful opportunity since they do not come around very often.
    Micronesia recommends the deplorable delegate look up what the leaders of his country have said and stop lying.
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    (Original post by Refused)
    Argentina asks for Micronesia to apologise to Iran for the comment above.
    For knowing the positions of Iranian leaders more accurately than its delegate?

    (Original post by Refused)
    Anyone above the age of 8 and who can read english would exactely understand that the Iranian representative meant.
    Miconesia was supposed to know that the Iranian delegate meant to state a position diametrically opposed to the leaders of his country?
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    Brazil is disgusted with the attack on the shrine and the retaliations
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    The Republic of Sierra Leone condemns this attack - it is not the word of Allah to blow up our own people. Muslims of the world must unite to stand againsts the infidels.
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    (Original post by JonathanH)
    Micronesia made no mistake, Micronesia merely assumed that the Iranian delegate was representing the position of the Ayatollah of Iran who said of the recent bombings: "the occupation forces and Zionism, which seeing their plans for Iraq dissolve, have planned this atrocity to sew hate between Muslims and fuel divisions between Sunnis and Shiites".

    Iran indeed blamed the US and Israel for the bombs, so Micronesia's assumption was not an error, it was entirely valid.

    The fact that the deplorable Iranian delegate (and his lap-dogs) have, through lies, now tried to invalidate this valid assumption is not the fault of Micronesia.
    Obviously the representative of Micronesia is a bit hyper and is unable to maintain the decorum of MUN. Reminds me of why you were on ignore in the first place (got messed up with the forum upgrade). Nevertheless, if you had read what I had said in the first place you would have realised that since nobody has claimed responsibility, we can only speculate. Given the western world's love for Islam, a foreign hand cannot be ruled, as I have already stated.

    There is no opposition of my words, and that of Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei.

    EDIT: Lets assume, for a minute, for argument's sake, that it was the US who planted the bombers. Is the attack now to be condemned less?
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    @Iranian delegate: Check your country's position, just to make sure.

    @Micronesian delegate: Don't be a rude boy.

    @Everyone: This is a good point to remind all delegates to stay in character with your country's stance, whether you share it or not.
 
 
 
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