Salman Rushdie Attacked: British Prime Ministerial candidate Rishi Sunak has given a strong statement on the deadly attack on eminent writer Salman Rushdie and said that this attack should impose strict sanctions against Iran and its military unit. The West should be awakened to prohibit.
Sunak said during an interview with ‘The Daily Telegraph’ on Sunday that attempts to restore the nuclear deal with Iran may be in vain and so Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The action against should be assessed.
Former Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s statement comes at a time when a case of attempt to murder was registered on Saturday against Rushdie’s suspected assault accused Hadi Matar and was sent to custody without bail. Initial investigations indicated that he was sympathetic to Shia extremism and the Revolutionary Guard.
We’re not watching anywhere else because of Putin
Sunak told the newspaper, “The situation in Iran is very serious and we (Vladimir) cannot turn our eyes away because of Putin’s stand-off.” reference given. “A nuclear-armed Iran could be a threat to the very existence of our partner Israel and could put the whole of Europe at risk with its ballistic missile capability,” he said.
Sunak’s strict statement – now think for a more strict ban
Sunak said, “We must immediately make a new and stronger agreement and impose far stricter sanctions. If we do not get results, then we should ask whether the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is dead? The brutal knife attack on Salman Rushdie should be a wake-up call for the West, and Iran’s response to the attack makes a case for sanctions on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
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