Terrorism has always been a means by superpowers to further advance their objectives while keeping their democratic and philanthropic appearance, and probably it is not palpable to anyone as it is to people of the Middle East and especially Iran.
For over forty years, Iranians have been a target for crimes by superpowers just because they want to be free and sovereign, and the worst of them next to the decades-long economic war is the assassination of 17,000 Iranians by the so-called terrorists of the Mujahideen e-Khalgh (MEK); a terrorist organization formerly based in Iraq and supported by the dictator Saddam Hussein and western intelligence agencies to murder innocent Iranian women and children.
These cultist terrorists have resided in the corner of Europe in Albania, propagating hate speech against Iranians living abroad. In one of their latest projects, they have framed an Iranian-Swedish national named Hamid Nouri, and in a surprising act, the Swedish government supported these terrorists by putting Mr. Nouri on trial based on fabricated testimonies and evidence which according to his lawyers are uncertain and insufficient.
As the largest victim of terrorism, the nation of Iran expects this set-up trial to end and be replaced by a fair and unbiased one, in which the basic rights of the defendant are observed.
Since Sweden claims to be a global defender of equality and justice, it must not allow terrorists to reside in its country, let alone financially and morally support them, which is in conflict with Sweden's international commitments.
There is nothing such as good and bad terrorists and it is the duty of all countries especially Sweden to cut their support for terrorism immediately and without delay. The Judiciary of Sweden must not be politicized and sacrifice justice and impartiality to fall into a trap that is laid by terrorists.
If today, the international society fails to stop the politicization of justice, tomorrow, what would it expect to see in the cases like Jamal Khashoggi and Julian Assange?