An in­ter­est­ing in­sight?

The Star Early Edition - - LETTERS -

THE LET­TER “Why is the world mute on mur­der” (The Star, Novem­ber 14) by Iqbal Jas­sat refers.

Iqbal Jas­sat finds it “ugly, un­civilised and bar­baric” that sanc­tions have been im­posed on Iran.

He refers to the elim­i­na­tion of Ira­nian nu­clear sci­en­tists that were re­cently slain and he ac­cuses Is­rael.

No men­tion is made of Iran be­ing a spon­sor of world ter­ror­ism, nor that hun­dreds of thou­sands have died as a re­sult of both Syria and Iran’s com­plic­ity in sav­age and bar­baric at­tacks on civil­ians.

Jas­sat even ex­tols Iran’s ca­pa­bil­ity and says “such cowardly con­duct will not halt Iran’s sci­en­tific progress”.

He has an in­ter­est­ing in­sight into the mat­ter and I won­der how he knows that?

Nathan Cheiman

North­cliff, Joburg

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