UN: ‘Iran leads anti-drug campaign’ http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2011/06/28/un-iran-leads-anti-drug-campaign/
The UNODC World Drug Report 2011, Islamic Republic ranks first among all countries in shutting down drug routes into its territory. Tehran has spent more than $700 million to seal its 560 mile-long border with US occupied Afghanistan and prevent the transit of illicit drugs destined for European, Middle Eastern and Central Asian countries. Iran also lost 3,600 soldiers in its fight against drug trafficking.
In April, despite campaign by Washington and Ottawa on behalf of Israel – Islamic Republic was re-elected as a member of the International Narcotics Control Board by the United Nations Economic and Social Council for another five-year term.Australian professor Dr. Gideon Polya have posted a research article, entitled June 26: UN Anti-Drug Day proving how Anglo-American drug mafia
(dominated by Russian Jews) has used drugs to carry-out genocide around the world. “Nevertheless media, academics and politicians in the Neocon American and Zionist Imperialist (NAZI)-beholden Western Murdochracy and Lobbyocracies simply look the other way, even when huge numbers of their own countrymen fall victim to the US Alliance-protected Afghan opiate drug trade,” says Dr. Gideon Polya.
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