Iranian news site criticizes complicity in Syria

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October 16, 2012 19:21

 
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In the wake of reports that the Syrian air force has use cluster bombs in recent days,  an Iranian conservative news website on Tuesday sharply criticized Iran's complicity in Syria.




In an editorial headed 'Cluster bombs on the Syrian people - how will history judge our silence', Baztab-e Emrooz ('Today's Reflection') said that the victims of the conflict in Syria are civilians, including women and children.




Baztab-e Emrooz is an news and commentary website affiliated with conservative critics of president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. It's editor, Foad Sadeghi, previously wrote for news sites Tabnak and Baztab, both of which are linked to former Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) chief commander and current Expediency Discernment Council secretary Mohsen Rezaee.


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