The representative of the people of Tabriz in the parliament said: “In western countries,” freedom “has its own meaning and whatever is in their favor, they draw freedom of expression.
“Unfortunately, in the West, if someone wants to defend the hijab or by observing Islamic customs in the scientific and educational environment,” Mohammad Hussein Farhangi was quoted as saying by the House of Nation. Be present to prevent this action.
Dr. Farhangi added: “Westerners describe whatever they like as a symbol of freedom, but otherwise it will be rejected.”
The representative of the people of Tabriz in the parliament pointed to the one-size-fits-all policies of the West towards freedom of expression and emphasized: If someone in the West wants to protest against the policies of Western governments, he will face the most severe attacks They consider this their right.
The member of the presidium of the parliament added: “The prevailing thinking in the liberal system is that we should stand against religiosity and vice versa, they support extremism, but the religion of Islam does not