On November 6, a senior Iranian lawmaker has called the former British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw’s (a Jew) claim that he was invited by Iran’s Majlis (Parliament) Speaker, Ali Larijani, “a sheer British lie”. Late last month, the Chief of British Secret Service (MI6) and former foreign policy adviser to ‘Israel-First’ Tony Blair, Sir Robert John Sawers, admitted his organization’s spying on Iran to pre-empt Tehran’s civilian nuclear program. Interestingly, Sawers remarks have been censored by BBC Persian Channel.
Several Zionist-controlled British media outlets has propagated this lie to hide the fact that Iranian lawmakers are debating a bill to down-grade Iran-British diplomatic ties as result of London’s covert activities to undermine democractic process in Iran and its blind support Israel’s anti-Iran policies.
“Jack Straw’s claim that he has been invited to Iran is a British lie. The claim is like the other untruthful words that Britons have a long record in their promulgation,” Kohkan said, adding that Jack Straw is not in such an important position today to deserve Iran’s invitation.
Iran has repeatedly accused the West of stoking post-election unrests, singling out Britain and the US for meddling. Iran expelled two British diplomats and arrested a number of local staffs of British embassy in Tehran after documents and evidence substantiated London’s interfering role in stirring post-election riots in Iran.
In one of the court hearing sessions, British embassy’s local staff in Tehran Hossein Rassam, who was charged with spying, admitted cultivating networks of contacts in the opposition movement using a £300,000 budget and confessed that the local staff of the embassy had attended protests against June’s presidential election results along with two British diplomats, named in court as Tom Burn and Paul Blemey, and that he had attended meetings with the defeated opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi alongside Burn.
John Whitaker Straw (born 1946) has held several high government positions under former prime ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Inspite of a report by senior British defence intelligence officials that there were no links between Saddam hussein regime and Al-Qaeda, Jack Straw, like US Secretary of State Colin Powell, lied by saying: “Certainly we have some evidence of links between al-Qaeda and various people in Iraq,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
Since the Islamic Revolution, Jack Straw became the first British cabinet minister to visit the Islamic Republic. so far he has visited Iran five times. At the 2006 World Economic Forum in Davos, Jack Straw met Dr. Ahmadinejad for the first time. Jack Starw has admitted Britain’s role in the military coup of 1953 against Iran’s democratically elected prime minister Dr. Mossadegh.
Last year during the exhibition of Shah Abbas: The Remaking of Iran at the British Musem – Jack Straw decided to amend his mistakes in the past – for pushing Brits to fight in Iraq for the Israel Lobby – by saying that he is anxious to prevent any fresh war between America and Iran: “Without flattering the regime, we still can praise Iranian culture”.