Iran threatens to judge UN Security Council's permanent members due to terror acts
"We accuse the countries that adopted a resolution against Iran in the recent terrorist acts, because they called the names of our scholars in their resolutions," Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was quoted by Iranian news agency İLNA as saying.
"The permanent members of the UN Security Council are in agreement with the Zionists. Let the Western countries and enemies know that if such incidents occur again, we will judge UN Security Council permanent members (U.S., Great Britain, France, Russia and China) and punish them," Ahmadinejad said.
Two university teachers were attacked in Iran on November 29. The cars with teachers were undermined in the morning in Tehran. The explosion occurred at 7-8 a.m, when teachers together with their families left home to work. As a result of the terrorist act committed near the University of Shahid Behishti in the north of Tehran, one of the teachers of this university - Majid Shahryar died, his wife and another passenger were seriously injured.
The second teacher at the Shahid Behishti university, Firuddin Abbasi and his wife were injured in an explosion at the Artesh alley. Both scholars worked in the field of Iranian nuclear technologies. The sanctions of the UN Security Council resolution 1747 are also imposed on Firuddin Abbasi.
"History has shown that the Iranian nation is able to punish enemies," Ahmadinejad said.
Iranian officials have accused the United States, Israel, Great Britain and NATO in direct or indirect organizing a terror act on November 29, directed against Tehran's two teachers.