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UK riots: Iran calls on UN to intervene over 'violent suppression'

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad condemns British government for its 'brutal beating' of 'the opposition'

Having already offered to send an expert team to investigate human rights abuses amid the riots, the Iranian regime has gone one step further and called on the UN security council to intervene over the British government's handling of the unrest rocking the country.

Speaking to reporters after a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, condemned the British government for its "violent suppression" of the protesters and called for an end to what he described as the "killing and brutal beating" of "the opposition" angry with the government's financial policies.

"The real opposition are the people who are beaten up and killed on the streets of London, those whose voices are not heard by anyone," Iran's Irna state news agency quoted Ahmadinejad as saying.

The foreign ministry, went so far as to issue a statement advising against any unnecessary travel to the UK.

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I really don't see how leaders of the free world don't just openly mock them. UK should respond by showing a shot of parliament laughing and following it up with a request for Iran to train UK police on how to properly execute the two man motorcycle billyclub attack:


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