According to Amnesty International, “The authorities heavily suppressed the rights to freedom of expression, association and assembly. Security forces used unlawful force to crush protests. The authorities continued to arbitrarily detain hundreds of protesters, dissidents and human rights defenders, and sentenced many to imprisonment and flogging. Women, as well as ethnic and religious minorities, faced entrenched discrimination as well as violence. Enforced disappearances, torture and other ill-treatment were committed with impunity on a widespread and systematic basis. Judicial corporal punishments amounting to torture, including floggings and amputations, were imposed. Fair trial rights were systematically violated. The death penalty was used as a weapon of political repression. Executions were carried out, one in public and some others in secret. Those executed included people aged under 18 at the time of the crime. The authorities continued to commit crimes against humanity by systematically concealing the fate and whereabouts of several thousand political dissidents forcibly disappeared and extrajudicially executed in secret in 1988. Mass graves believed to contain their remains were subject to ongoing destruction.”
But Islamic supremacists everywhere point fingers at the alleged sins of others rather than acknowledge their own. If France were to take Iran’s advice, it would stop resisting jihad violence. That’s the idea.
“Iran’s human rights chief advises France to revise anti-Islamic laws,” Islamic Republic News Agency, December 19, 2021:
Tehran, IRNA – Secretary of Iranian Judiciary’s Human Rights Headquarters here on Saturday advised France to revise its anti-Islamic laws, reacting to that country’s closure of 21 mosques and news on its intention to shut down six more.
Kazem Gharibabadi made the remarks while reacting to France’s Anti-Extremism and Separationist Laws whose recent implementation has led to the closure of 21 mosques and plans to close six more.
In the western approach the terrorists who are committing crimes in Iran are freedom fighters, but religious freedom in the west equals terrorism, Gharibabadi tweeted.
We ask the French government to revise its laws that ate anti-Islamic and target the educational, prayer centers, and other public places of of 5.5 million Muslim minority of that country.
Last week the French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin in an interview with that country’s BFMT television network said in Islamophobic remarks that out of 99 mosques suspected of having extremist tendencies 21 are closed and inspections on six more mosques are in process.
The BFMT, meanwhile, reported that the mosques that have acted in accordance with the government’s directives are crossed out from the list of the suspected mosques for conducting extremist acts.
This is not the first time that the French government is resorting to antagonistic move against French Muslims and closing their mosques.
The French always resort to the extremism pretext in order to interfere in Muslims’ religious affairs, and although extremism is condemned all over the world, but there are no precise borders for it and it can be interpreted quite waywardly.