Iran, the world’s premier state sponsor of terrorism, debuted a five-day exhibit on its “human rights achievements” at the United Nations this week.
“The promotion of human rights [is] the Islamic Revolution’s raison d’être,” declared Iran’s foreign ministry in a statement published Thursday, highlighting a five-day exhibition of slides and posters celebrating its “human rights achievements” at the United Nations (U.N.) Office in Geneva, Switzerland.
Iran’s foreign ministry shared images of its U.N. display via its Twitter profile:
An exhibition of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s achievements in the field of human rights has opened at the United Nations Office in Geneva on Monday, November 4.https://t.co/TWhPwxDrTg pic.twitter.com/n3xSroQ053
— Foreign Ministry 🇷 (@IRIMFA_EN) November 7, 2019
The exhibition reportedly drew attendance from representatives of Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, China, Estonia, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, and Venezuela.
“Neither the eight-year imposed war nor the wave of terrorism could divert the