Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought sternly warned of standing challenges ahead of US version of human rights.
Addressing a scientific ceremony entitled, " US version of human rights from Supreme Leader's View", Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought sternly warned of the standing challenges ahead of American version of human right, reported Taqrib news Agency (TNA).
To the President of Iran's top unity body, U.S. and European countries are not the beacon of human rights; given that, "the standing challenges and problems should be addressed in our religious centers and Seminary in holy city of Qom."
The Secretary General of the World Forum hailed achievements gained by research and religious foundations after the victory of Islamic revolution of Iran noting they still have far to go to fulfill the set objectives for braving the standing setbacks.
"Religious Seminary of Qom enjoys having so many researchers in this area," pointed out Ayatollah Araki noting religious clerics and thinkers should do their parts and make a move in this arena.
Along with the Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought, religious clerics believe the US regularly uses the issue of human rights so as to pile up economic pressure on countries that refuse to serve its interest.