Iran thinks about sanctions against the United States for the murder of blacks

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Iran thinks about sanctions against the United States for the murder of blacks

The spokesman for the Guardian Council of the Iranian Constitution, Abbas Ali Kadhodai, raised the issue of imposing sanctions against persons in the United States who are associated with the murder of blacks. The politician wrote about this on his Twitter.

The politician recalled that US President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on Iranian judges. “Could the Iranian judicial system impose similar sanctions on the murderers of black people in this country who tortured to death and killed without trial?” He wondered.

The US Treasury Department has expanded the list of sanctions against Iran to include Judges Shiraz Seyed Mahmoud Sadati and Mashhad Mohammad Soltani. The reason was the death sentence of 27-year-old Iranian fighter Navid Afkari for participating in anti-government rallies in 2018.

In the United States, protests have been taking place for several months, engulfing dozens of American cities. Their members speak out against racism and police brutality and often use the slogan Black Lives Matter (“Black lives are important”). The protests, periodically turning into pogroms and robberies, began after the African American George Floyd was killed during his arrest.

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