Thursday, February 17, 2005

A question to Bush

Iranian “people” of all status and ages, (whether renowned artists, journalists, tourists, students or old parents visiting their children), are fingerprinted, photographed, interrogated, humiliated and subjected to lengthy security checks and multiple other constraints upon their LEGAL entry to the United States.

All your discriminatory policies , your patriot acts, your new INS regulations, your Special Registration laws and your bans on Iranian academic publication in US scholarly journals aside, my question is:

Is this what you call “stand by the Iranian people”?

The discrepancy between the Bush administration's official rhetoric and its real policies is indeed a great source of mistrust.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We can never trust The United States of America who provided information to Iraq during Iran/Iraq war and they used it against us (Iranians) in the battle feild. Mr. Bush, thanks for your offer but you can shove it.

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