The Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed with letter to UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon in which Ahmadinejad call him for expressing his position concerning assassination of Egyptian in the court in Germany, Mehr information agency said.
"I hope that you will achieve punishment of criminal committed this shame by fulfilling legal and human duty which will remain in history and protect UN dignity," Ahmadinejad's letter said.
"Dear UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon, assassination of Egyptian grieved world peoples. Assassination was committed in German court. If agency, that must protect human rights, violates them, one must not speak about rights. Is not assassination of woman wearing hijab infringement of human rights and obvious racism?" the Iranian president's letter said.
Egyptian Marva Sharbini was killed by Russian emigrant before Sharbini's husband's and four-year-sun's eyes during Dresden court hearing in Germany. Husband tried to save his wife and was shot thrice as a result of police shooting.
The Iranian foreign ministry called German ambassador on July 10 and expressed protest by calling for protecting Muslim rights, national minority and religious minority living in Germany.