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    تاریخ انتشار : 18 اردیبهشت 1392 16:55
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    Indian Scholar:

    Israeli attack on Syria “illegal acts of war”

    A prominent Indian scholar Wednesday termed the Israeli attack on Syria as “illegal acts of war”

    In an exclusive interview with IRNA, Professor Basir Ahmad Khan, former pro vice-chancellor of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) in New Delhi said: “The barbaric and dastardly Israeli attack on Syria, killing innocents and destroying property, is tantamount to blatant violation of sovereignty of Syria. Accused Israel should be prosecuted for war crimes”.

    Condemning the unprovoked Israeli aggression, the Indian academician also criticised the statement of American President Obama who justified the Israeli aggression. “It proved the cooperation between the US and Israel against the Muslim countries,” he added.

    Dr. Khan noted that the UN has become a puppet of America and western countries. The world body which is always in hurry to pass resolutions and impose sanctions against Iran and other Muslim countries didn’t feel that Israeli aggression is subjected to UN resolution and international criminal court.

    Referring to the alleged use of chemical weapons by Syrian forces, Basir Ahmad, who is also the former head of Islamic Studies at Jamia Hamdard University said: “The propaganda about Syrian chemical warfare is a campaign of lies by the US and its allies”. It is like the falsehoods used to justify the US invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq by Obama’s predecessor George Bush. After killing millions, he had admitted his falsehood.

    Professor Basir also appealed to Islamic countries to use their influence to end the infighting in Syria and find a political solution to establish peace. “The road map for peace should reflect Syrian independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty,” he concluded.

     

     

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