Ayatollah Khatami said the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has never allowed foreigners to gain access to confidential information of Iran and military sites will therefore remain top secret.
Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami, who led the Friday Prayers today, referred to Myanmar disaster saying “nearly 400,000 people have been killed or become homeless; which marks a huge human catastrophe.”
“The Zionist regime undoubtedly plays a role in these movements as confirmed by the UN special envoy who said Israel was the main sponsor of Myanmar’s military,” underlined the official.
The interim leader of this week’s Tehran Friday prayers said the case of Myanmar was not merely a religious or tribal dispute since we are faced with a government who is slaughtering Muslims with all-out cruelty.
He recalled the leader of Myanmar was a Noble Peace Prize winner saying “as expected, head Noble Peace Foundation said the prize will not be taken back from Aung San Suu Kyi since the Foundation is Zionist in nature.”
Khatami urged the government to take firmer stances and apply political and economic pressures against the brutal government in accordance with article 2 of the 1948 Convention on Transitional Genocide.
The cleric stated that, once again, international communities and some Islamic countries were exercising silence in the face on these crimes adding “Muslims are being murdered in Yemen and, unfortunately, no appropriate action is being taken.”
He later added that ongoing crimes were signs of enemies fear from Islam which is advancing forward at a high pace.
Referring to the issue of referendum in the Iraqi Kurdistan, Ayatollah Khatami said global arrogance, for ages, has dreamed of forming an Israel in the region though the dream will never come true.
“The Israeli prime minister has publicly supported the referendum and leader of Iraqi Kurdistan needs to realize that his initiative merely works to favor of the Zionist regime and leads to destruction of Iraq.
Ayatollah Khatami, touching upon inspection of Iranian military centers, said IAEA Head Amano has stated that military and civilian sites are both included in inspections while neither in the Additional Protocol nor in the JCPOA are foreigners allowed to gain access to confidential information of the country.
“Military centers will remain as part of secrets and honors of a nation and neither the authorities nor the people will allow aliens to enter these sites,” he concluded.