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Iran’s Shamkhani: ‘Israel’ Is the Most Concerned Regime Over Toppling Symbols of Racism

Iran’s Shamkhani: ‘Israel’ Is the Most Concerned Regime Over Toppling Symbols of Racism
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By Staff, Agencies

Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council [SNSC] Rear Admiral Ali Shamkhani said the racist ‘Israel’ may be the most concerned regime in the world over the dismantling of the symbols of racism in the West.

After centuries, the voice of the oppressed has been heard and perhaps the racist Zionism is more concerned than any other regime about the collapse of the symbols of racism in the West, Shamkhani wrote in his Twitter account on Friday.

“Because they know after the statues, it will be their turn,” he added.

Last week, a statue of 18th-century slave trader Robert Milligan was removed from its plinth outside a museum in the British capital as officials decided it was no longer acceptable to the local community.

The statue in front of the Museum of London Docklands came into focus after demonstrators taking part in a global anti-racism protest movement on Sunday tore down the statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol, Southwest England, and dumped it into the river, Al-Jazeera reported.

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