Tag: UN Charter

International law and Necessity of Ending Occupation in Syria

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A professor of the College of Law and Political Sciences of the University of Tehran says the presence of the US in Syria has not been taken place with the request of the Syrian government and does not aim at providing aid for the people of Syria but it is a bullying presence which is in violation of the Charter of the United Nations and the international law.

Iran UN Envoy’s Address at General Assembly in 1947

Strategic Council Online – The head of the Iranian delegation to the UN General Assembly in 1947 (Shahrivar 1326) in an address expressed Iran’s opposition to the partition of Palestine, saying: You will create two new states none of which would certainly be livable and both may be born dead. By doing so, you will not build a national stove for the Jews, but you will create a stove under the ashes of which the fire that always threatens not only the Middle East but also the peace of the entire world will always be lit.

Proportional, Reciprocal Response to Nuclear Terrorism

Strategic Council Online – The sabotage at Natanz nuclear facility is, in view of the head of Iran Atomic Energy Organization, tantamount to “nuclear terrorism” and according to the available signs and evidences, the finger of blame has been pointed at the Zionist regime; now the question is what is the proportional and reciprocal response to this terrorist movement and what dimensions can it have?
Dr. Ali Karbalaei Hosseini – International Law Expert