Passage of Stability Front forces to the BBC to spark divisions in the country
The BBC’s expectation of a denial of these statements by the Revolutionary Leader’s Office comes only when it responds to inaccuracies that are explicitly attributed to the broader level by those in power.
Frequent statements by extremists close to the Sustainability Front, who, of course, are trying to attribute their inner manners to the leader of the revolution, have been welcomed by the BBC Persian who has sought to instigate divisions among the top leaders of the Islamic Republic, in line with its usual policy.
According to the Future correspondent, Mashhad was using the NPT instead of the NPT after it claimed that it did not even know the name of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Convention correctly. The BBC, in Persian, exaggerated the remarks and asked: Why is the news of Ayatollah Khamenei’s opposition to the Geneva agreement not denied
The envoy claimed the leader was dissatisfied with the Geneva agreement at a meeting with Iranian nuclear powers and leaders and accused the revolutionary leader of “not insisting on nuclear rights”.
The BBC’s expectation of a denial of these statements by the Revolutionary Leader’s Office while responding only to inaccuracies that are explicitly attributed to the broader leadership by those in power.
And now, given the kinds of spaceships and news and analysis that have come to the attention of the revolutionary leader and their close associates in the Iranian and foreign media, it is neither possible nor useful to take a stand
The BBC also quoted the weekly D-Day, close to the Front for Sustainability, as saying that “in light of the numerous weaknesses and serious legal and technical flaws in the Geneva agreement, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has called on Mr Rouhani’s government to be strengthened.” The negotiation team has been. “
The media, in addition to claims by hardline envoy Mohammad Ismail Kowsari, shortly after being denied by Iraq’s deputy foreign minister, cited the claims of Mahmoud Naboyan, a member of the Stability Front, who had criticized Mr Rouhani’s government’s nuclear talks. Negotiators have been urged not to reject the “red line” but this recommendation has not been followed.
The envoy’s remarks were also troubling, of course, as the Tasnim News Agency quoted Mahmoud Nabouyan as saying: “We are not looking for an atomic bomb, but it is necessary to bring Israel to bear.”
A common point among many of the recent statements by the supreme leadership against the Geneva agreement is that they have been made by members of the Sustainability Front. The political establishment that backed and defeated former nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili in the recent presidential election was heavily defeated.
Now, you have to ask these hard-line figures who have always complained about their opposition feeds to foreign media, and in particular the BBC, who is playing on the ground?
Is the reaction that their backed candidate faces a resounding “no” worth it to outsmart the subject in the face of a rival