The Iranian minister of foreign affairs, Ali Akbar Salehi, is now scheduled to take part in the conference known as Durban III, according to a well-placed source close to the United Nations. On September 22, the U.N. will „commemorate“ the 10th anniversary of Durban I that ended just three days before 9/11. Given that Iranian leaders hope for the genocidal destruction of the U.N. member state of Israel and deny the Holocaust, their enthusiasm for the Durban phenomena blows the lid of the event’s „anti-racism“ cover.
The 2001 Durban Declaration claimed Palestinians were „victims“ of Israeli racism. Israel was the only one of 192 U.N. member states standing accused. Quite deliberately, therefore, Salehi will address one of the „roundtable“ gatherings organized by the U.N., titled, „Victims of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance: recognition, justice and development.“