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Sweden wants to bring Islamic dictatorship to justice

Sweden wants to bring Islamic dictatorship to justice

Sweden wants to bring Islamic dictatorship to justice

Sweden wants to take Islamic dictator Iran to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague.

Sweden has applied for a legal review on Iran, along with Ukraine, Canada, Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The decision was taken in response to the downing of civilian Ukrainian passenger flight PS752 by the Iranian regime on January 8, 2020.

Many Swedes on the plane

176 people died in the shooting.

17 people with Swedish citizenship or residence permit in Sweden traveled on the plane.

Many people were on the plane from Ukraine, Canada, Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Canada, Sweden, Ukraine, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom allege in their application that Iran breached several obligations under the Montreal Convention as a result of the shooting down, the ICJ wrote in a press release.

Investigation failed

Furthermore, the court asserts that Sweden and other countries “have failed to take practical measures to prevent the illegal and deliberate crime committed by Iran”.

The press release also stated that the complainants believe that “Iran has failed to conduct an impartial, transparent and fair criminal investigation in accordance with international law.”

Anti-aircraft robot

The plane was en route from Iran to Kiev when an anti-aircraft missile hit the plane.

The plane managed to stay in the air for a few minutes, but then crashed.

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Behind the attack

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have claimed responsibility for the attack.

The paramilitary group is closely tied to the Iranian regime.

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The Revolutionary Guards answer only to orders from the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Photo: SG Nematpour

Text: Compilers