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Ugandan TV program: assassination of General Soleimani is flagrant violation of international laws

During a TV debate in Uganda, assassination of General Qasem Soleimani was referred as a clear example of violation of international laws.

According to Public Relations Department of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), in an Islamic program of Ugandan National TV debate, attended by Iranian Cultural Attaché to Kampala, Mohammad Reza Qezelsofla, a Ugandan University professor, Adam Sebila and the TV presenter Hamzeh Saeed Lobka, the criminal act of martyring General Soleimani by the US government was condemned by the participants and the behavior of Washington was described as barbaric and contrary to human values and violation of international laws.

Qezelsofla in his opening remarks said General Soleimani has devoted 40 years of his life to defense of his country and rights of the oppressed people, campaign against terrorism which is being perpetuated by the United States.

Iranian Cultural Attaché to Uganda said Martyr Soleimani is a very popular figure among people of the Middle Eastern nations and taking revenge for his killing is a legitimate demand of the freedom loving nations of the world.

The Ugandan University Professor. Adam Sebila said Martyr Haj Qasem Soleimani is a unique and perfect example for those who are after a dignified life adding that to top Iranian general stood up in defense of the legitimate rights of various nations and lost his life in this campaign.

 The Ugandan TV presenter said assassination of General Soleimani was against the human values and rights of other nations by which was carried out by criminal Americans.




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