Ebrahim Raisi, the UN General Assembly 76th Session
A mass murderer from Iran is going to lecture the world about justice and freedom. Are you just going to sit down and listen?
Ebrahim Raisi, the Iranian regime’s new President, is scheduled to address the UN General Assembly 76th session on September 21, 2021.
Who is Ebrahim Raisi, and what has he done?
The Iranian people know Raisi as the “Henchman of the 1988 massacre.” He was a key perpetrator of the murder of over 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.
As the regime’s head of Judiciary, he’s been responsible for the killing and torture of thousands of protesters, from which tens of thousands still remain unjustly behind bars.
Raisi has no academic nor religious credentials. He earned his credentials in the regime as a stone-hearted killer who rose to the ranks of ignorant thugs, with a proven 40-year track record for execution and repression.
Given this background, Amnesty International reacted to Raisi’s election by issuing a statement which called it a “grim reminder that impunity reigns in Iran” and suggested that instead of being elevated to the presidency, he should have been “investigated for the crimes against humanity of murder, enforced disappearance, and torture.”
As a mass murderer addresses the UN General Assembly, the world shall not stand by and watch.