Iran Majlis Speaker condemns London attacks
Iran's Majlis Speaker Gholam Ali Haddad Adel in Tehran Tuesday condemned last Thursday's "terrorist bombings" in London, stressing that the attacks made another opportunity "to think about the roots of terrorism throughout the world."
Addressing the Majlis open session, Haddad Adel said that "terrorism should not be fought by another form of terrorism".
"Terrorism is rooted from injustice and justice has nothing to do with being a Christian or a Muslim," said the speaker, according to the official IRNA news agency.
He noted that "if there were justice, there would be no terrorism, stressing that terrorism should not be fought based on a double standard".
Hadad Adel added that the current terrorist acts practiced in Palestine with the support of big powers were the clearest examples of state terrorism worldwide.
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