The British member of parliament has called the Iranian Revolutionary Guard a threat and has demanded to include it in the list of terrorist organizations.
MP Bob Blackman told Arab News that there is evidence that some organizations in the UK are operating under the direct control of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).
He said that Pasdaran revolution is a threat to the security of Britain and urgent measures are needed against it.
Bob Blackman said that the British government has also declared the Lebanese organization Hezbollah as a terrorist group and that the financial support of Hamas in the West Bank is provided by the IRGC.
America has declared (terrorist) while the European countries are going to do it. We need to encourage our allies to work with us so that they (Pasadaran Revolution) cannot operate anywhere else in the world.”
Despite the support of political parties, the British government could not declare Pasdaran Revolution as a terrorist organization.
Explaining the reason for this, Bob Blackman said that “I think the government is reluctant because doing so would also end the negotiation process.”
Negotiations to restore the nuclear deal with Iran have been stalled since September last year.
But now there are no negotiations because the IRGC and the government are busy oppressing the Iranian people while thousands of civilians have been arrested and hundreds have been killed, many at risk of execution. Based on all this, there is no time for negotiations.
He termed the negotiations with Iran as a mistake and said that it has been violating the existing agreement and negotiations cannot be held under these circumstances.
Bob Blackman expressed these views after a press conference held by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, a coalition of anti-government parties in Iran.
Hossein Abdini, representative of the UK office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said that he is in contact with MPs from various parties and that a strong British committee supports the independence of Iranians in parliament. Who actively participates in the discussion.
Hossein Abdini also called for the closure of the London-based Islamic Center of England, which operates under the supervision of Supreme Leader Khamenei’s office.