‘Don’t interfere’: Ottawa warns Iranian embassy over alleged recruitment of expats in Canada

National Post:

  Jul 11, 2012 – 1:30 AM ET | Last Updated: Jul 11, 2012 3:22 AM ET

Jennifer Campbell / The Ottawa Citizen

Jennifer Campbell / The Ottawa Citizen

A spokesperson for Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said Tuesday that the Iranian Embassy (pictured) “should not interfere” in Iranian-Canadians’ choices. Canada’s Foreign Affairs department issued a warning Tuesday to Iranian diplomats who are allegedly using their Ottawa embassy to recruit Iranian-Canadians to serve the Islamic Republic’s interests.

“Iranian-Canadians have rejected the oppressive Iranian regime and have chosen to come to Canada to build better lives,” a spokesperson for Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said in a statement to the National Post. “The Iranian Embassy should not interfere in their choices. Canadian security organizations will act to prevent threats and intimidation of Canadians.”

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One Reply to “‘Don’t interfere’: Ottawa warns Iranian embassy over alleged recruitment of expats in Canada”

  1. Iran should devote more attention to Pakistan. Pakistan threatens Iran with nukes, in order to protect Saudi-Arabia. This is pretty stupid, as Saudi-Arabia cruelly oppresses Pakistanis. Pakistan should use its nukes to get the oil of Saudi-Arabia and the Gulf States. The Pakistanis should force the Saudis and the Gulf Arabs to supply thousands of their own daughters for the use in Pakistani harems.

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