after nuke deal, european companies rush into iran to sell tools of oppression

by:Gewinn     2019-08-31
The lifting of international sanctions against Iran triggered a stampede by European companies that are fighting for contracts on the road to Tehran, but some of the equipment provided has darkened, the dual purpose of the Islamic Republic\'s oppressive government.
The cranes manufactured by the Austrian manufacturer Palfinger can be used to change the skyline of Tehran, but also play the leading role in Iran\'s notorious public execution, where, convicted criminals are often hanged on a huge fence above the public square.
Senior officials at Herrenknecht, Germany, visited the Iranian capital last month, and the company\'s industrial rig, which critics believe could be used to plant nuclear facilities deep in the mountains.
Equipment produced by other companies lining up to do business with Mullah can also be used against enemies or people in Iran.
\"It reminds me of the economy and industry of the Third Reich,\" said Ariel Muzicant, vice president of the European Jewish Assembly . \".
Palfinger gets a wide range of notoriety, enhanced cranes, recognizable company names and logos displayed in a wide range
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The award-winning photographer, Ebrahim Noroozi, raised the body of a victim.
This picture, coupled with the comments of company CEO Herbert otner on the Austrian news agency, Iran is a \"promising market\" with a strong demand for cranes and no domestic competition, the European debate was sparked.
\"Palfinger is an example, which makes it clear that Austrian companies do not care at all about the catastrophic human rights situation when doing business in Iran,\" Stefan Schaden, a Vienna press spokesman
The militant group, based in the headquarters, stopped the bomb and told Fox News. com.
\"In fact, they support the regime as long as it is in their interest and their inhuman policies.
\"Stop the Bomb, an organization dedicated to preventing Iran\'s nuclear program and improving human rights controlled by Islamic law --
Society, launched a campaign to ban from re-
Enter the market.
Hannes Roither, a Palfinger spokesman, told Fox News.
Despite the comments, the company has not sought to do business in Iran.
He said the crane in this infamous photo was built in Iran 27 years ago, when
Cancellation of authorized transactions
\"We have no plans to sell cranes in Iran,\" Roither said . \" He added, \"if the human rights situation in Iran changes, there will be new considerations.
\"Even if Palfinger is not interested in opening up the Iranian market, others are certainly interested.
Austrian President Heinz Fisher is scheduled to visit Iran next month, with members of the delegation including Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurtz, Economic Minister Reinhold Mitterlehner and president of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce, Kristoff Leitl.
Martin Herrenknecht, founder of the German companythe-
The Art deep rig was drilled to a depth of 6,000 m, \"which was launched in Iran last month.
According to German news, Herrenknecht told the mayor of Isfahan: \"I am very happy to help you repair my tunnel rig . \". Heavy-
Iran may use devices that move the earth for evil purposes, such as Fordow, Iran\'s notorious illegal nuclear facility, buried deep in a mountain near the holy city of Kum.
But Iran\'s abuse of European technology is not limited to heavy construction machinery.
At 2008, at that timejoint Finnish-
Siemens sells advanced monitoring equipment from the Iranian regime.
In the 2009 \"green revolution\", after Iranian protesters poured into the streets to condemn the country\'s fraudulent presidential election, the Iranian regime used surveillance technology to disrupt Internet, Twitter and mobile communications between protesters.
In response to Nokia
Sen, Siemens reached an agreement with Iran.
D-SchumerN. Y.
With Sen.
Lindsey GrahamS. C.
Legislation to punish foreign companies was announced on 2009.
Excluding Iran\'s technology products from the United States
Contract from the US government
Both senators opposed President Obama\'s Iran nuclear deal.
Last month, Siemens and the German economy minister and deputy prime minister Sigmar Gabriel visited a business delegation in Tehran.
According to Persian on Tuesday
National language report of Iran-
An Iranian information technology official announced the joint
Working with an unnamed \"foreign company\" to launch the second phase of the \"target filtering\" project, which aims to \"target [\"censoring]
Websites and networks with social hazards.
\"Ahmad Shahid, special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, told Fox News.
He welcomed \"the impact of sanctions relief and the re-integration of Iran\'s economy into the global financial system.
However, he also warned that \"the human rights situation in Iran is of deep concern and is indispensable to all stakeholders, including investors and businesses, efforts were made to avoid human rights harm in such difficult circumstances.
Some European leaders and activists believe that companies should
Boycott deals with the tough Tehran government.
\"Germany should not sell security technology to authoritarian countries such as Iran, Saudi Arabia or Russia,\" said Volk Baker, leader of the German Greens . \".
\"Goods that may be used for torture or execution of the death penalty shall not be exported.
\"From the perspective of Iran\'s dissidents, restoring business deals with the Iranian regime is a setback for democracy.
\"Doing business with the Iranian regime is a thorn behind the Iranian opposition,\" said Hiwa Bahrami, who represents the Iranian Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDKI)
In Austria and Germany.
\"The Terror of the Iranian population will not decrease, but will increase.
He pointed out that the 2013 election of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will usher in an era more moderate than his predecessor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The number of executions has surged in the past two years.
Nevertheless, commercial and political delegations from Europe continued to flock to Iran.
Last week, Italian Foreign Minister gentigentiloni was in Tehran on Wednesday.
He said: \"In addition to political cooperation
Our two countries can work together in trade, commerce and the economy, \"Italian Foreign Minister Paul chantioni said in Tehran last week that Italy has provided Iran with a $3 billion credit line.
Iranian government spokesman Mohammed-
Bagel norbacht said the results of the recent visit by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius could lead to the sale of France-
Made a mirage to Iran.
A French business delegation of nearly 100 French company executives will visit Tehran next month.
After severe sanctions on Iran in 2011
Trade plunged below $2012 at $10 billion.
Given Europe\'s gold rush against Iran,
Analysts say horizontal trade between Europe and Iran could quickly reach nearly $30 billion.
Benjamin winthal reports on the Middle East, a researcher at the foundation for the defense of democracy.
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