Mohammad Javad Larijani

Mohammad Javad Larijani has most recently been quoted in an article called Iran's Larijani slams West's 'bias' on human rights. Mohammad Javad Larijani said, “The door of my office is always open to meet the family of the accused, the family of the victim. So definitely my office is open. I think there is no irregularity in this case. They can come and we will explain to them with expertise. Their lawyers, also they come to our offices; we'll explain it to them. If we discover that there is irregularity, we are immediately going into that case, following that up and clearing that up.”. Mohammad Javad Larijani has been quoted a grand total of 19 times in 6 articles.

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Well, involving activities which breach the security of the state.

Well, I am not in a position to judge, I am just reporting that the security officials filed against him charges that he was involved in activities beyond journalism.

The idea is not about participating in going to watch the match. The idea is that she broke the relation in creating violence and creating a lot of fusses (sic – fuss) around….you know, the places around where the matches are holding (sic – are held) are very volatile areas. You have it in the western countries, a small act and huge violence will start over there.

I am optimistic because I am aware that the Western community is coming to the conclusion that Iran should be considered one of the most capable countries in nuclear technology. And Iran is delivering its obligations. If these two are acknowledged up to any degree, I think we will reach some agreement… but proportional to that degree.

The door of my office is always open to meet the family of the accused, the family of the victim. So definitely my office is open. I think there is no irregularity in this case. They can come and we will explain to them with expertise. Their lawyers, also they come to our offices; we'll explain it to them. If we discover that there is irregularity, we are immediately going into that case, following that up and clearing that up.

Well I don't know, but I expect that his case will come to a rather final stage. Either he will be totally discharged or it will go the court and the court will make a final decision.

Well, there is no reason that we should get a journalist, no to detain a.. .there are tens of journalists who are coming from foreign (sic) to Iran and going back. What is the benefit of that? If we don't detain him, they make good report (sic) in the country. So I don't see reason why the system, the security system, should cheat on that. But anyhow….

Well, the pardon doesn't go in that way. It has by itself rules and procedure. Then first, there should be the court proceedings. Maybe the court pardons him itself and totally drop all the charges then everything is finished. If not, he has been indicted then the second line, the pardon line, will start. So we should go through this mechanism. It doesn't go straightforward.

Monitoring is continuous over there. The cameras are there. The people are going. And, well, empty-handed' is a bad word if they used it, because it depends on how they defined their mission. Obviously they should define their mission beforehand. They cannot wave their hands and say: 'I want to go there and watch it.

Well, they are under surveillance and the dossiers against them are being compiled. In fact the government and establishment wants to play with them with soft hands. It is not in the interests of such a great nation with confidence in its power to treat their mistake with the maximum penalty. The system wants to try them with minimum penalty.

No, I'm suggesting that they participated in a coup d'etat against this state in the last election. It was not a campaign for the election. They misused the election euphoria and at the end, even before the results came out they announced themselves as the winners and they asked the people to come onto the streets, bring the government down and create a new government. This is, absolutely, a coup d'etat. This is a great crime.

Well, Nobody is hanged because of demonstration of opposition. But violence is someting that law will forbid. So, nobody is hanged for demonstration for opposition. Being in prison is only because of inciting violence.

Well, Moussavi and Karoubi are not in prison.

With all the information that we have, the person responsible for that criminal act right now is walking in a European capital, with full support.

If they want to prevent Iran from developing its own possibilities in all areas, including nuclear technologies, the sanctions are a great failure.

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