Washington, 21 October (WashingtonTV)—The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday condemned a suicide bombing in southeastern Iran, which killed at least 42 people.
The unanimously approved statement came in response to a letter by Iran’s UN ambassador, who had urged the 15-nation council to take a stand on Sunday’s attack.
“The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the deadly terrorist attacks,” said the statement, which was read out to reporters by Vietnamese Ambassador Le Luong Minh, current president of the council, according to Reuters. more
IT did not take long for them to condemn it. What about the atrocities that Iran is perpetuating against its own people. How long did it take for them to condemn the post election violence. Also I always thought that a terrorist attack is when you kill civilians. If the target is military then that is a legitimate target. Yes/no?
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