Thursday, February 10, 2011

Iranian leadership says Canada pursues policy of "Iranophobia"

The new documentary Iranium is bothering the leadership of Iran. The film, which details Iran's post-revolutionary history of terrorism and their attempt to acquire nuclear weapons, has led to threats from Iran and their proxies. Canada has responded to Iranian threats intended to supress the documentary with clear statements affirming Canadian freedom of speech.

Iran's leadership, which recognizes no such right for its own citizens, has become frustrated with its failure and has resorted to an old tactic; playing the victim.


"Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmnaparast says the screening of an anti-Iran documentary in Canada is a clear example of an Iranophobia policy pursued by Ottawa"


You can still see the movie the Iranian government wants censored for free online here.