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[Newspaper:] Kayhan-e Havaie

[Date:] Wednesday, 25 Bahman 1368 - 14 February 1990

[Issue No.:] 867

[Page:] 25


… Verges continues that Western governments supported a number of Nazis and war criminals, and names Spidel as an example [of one] who not only was not tried, but continued to serve at NATO until his retirement …

… The least that should be said about such acts and methods is that these are not campaigns against Zionism, nor campaigns against quasi-religions and affiliated with the espionage organization sect of Bahaism, nor a battle against Freemason traitors, nor solid criticism of some views and thoughts of Kasravi, nor learning a lesson from Mossadegh, for choosing his relatives and colleagues affiliated with the West, who were mostly traitors, incapable and unworthy. The 1332 [1953] coup d’état was against Mossadegh and not his ministers …