News ID: 100244
Publish Date: 22 April 2008 - 05:54
TEHRAN, (SCIB) - A group of Japanese tourists visited “Cultural Center of Sacred Defense of Khorramshahr”? and paid respect to tombs of three unknown martyrs of “Karbala 5”?, “Ramezan”? and “Kheybar”? operations during the 8 years sacred defense.

According to the reporter of Navideshahed from Khorramshahr; 18 people out of these Japanese tourists were retired women and men who had remained from Hiroshima nuclear bombardment disaster. They attended at “War Museum of Khorramshahr”? and became closely familiar with the epic of resistance and freeing this city. The report adds that the old Japanese tourists expressed sympathy on the event of resistance and freeing Khorramshahr with Iranian people after watching films and pictures, statues and other works related to the epic of sacred defense. They announced that USA had instigated Saddam to attack to Iran. They condemned these crimes and they had all the same idea that Saddam’s crimes in Khorramshahr and during the 8 years of war against Islamic Republic of Iran were like hateful crimes of USA against Japanese nation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These Japanese tourists were so angry with the USA that some of them showed their deep hate by stepping on the flag of the big evil and shouting the slogan of “Down with the USA”?. This group also took films and photos of different places in “War Museum of Khorramshahr”?. They said that they would tell their people about the realities of Iranian nation’s sacred defense in return to their country. This group of Japanese tourists was informed by the museum leader about contributions of 40 large and important countries of the world to Saddam during the imposed war. They explicitly announced that resistance of Iranian nation is a great lesson for the nations that want to stand against USA and other expansionist powers. Our report adds that this Japanese group visited different places in Abadan and Khorramshahr cities which had been badly attacked by Ba’thi enemy during war years. They expressed their hate for aggression of Saddam and the USA in the memorial notebook of “War Museum of Khorramshahr”? with Japanese hand writing.

According to the reporter of Navideshahed from Khorramshahr; 18 people out of these Japanese tourists were retired women and men who had remained from Hiroshima nuclear bombardment disaster. They attended at “War Museum of Khorramshahr”? and became closely familiar with the epic of resistance and freeing this city. The report adds that the old Japanese tourists expressed sympathy on the event of resistance and freeing Khorramshahr with Iranian people after watching films and pictures, statues and other works related to the epic of sacred defense. They announced that USA had instigated Saddam to attack to Iran. They condemned these crimes and they had all the same idea that Saddam’s crimes in Khorramshahr and during the 8 years of war against Islamic Republic of Iran were like hateful crimes of USA against Japanese nation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These Japanese tourists were so angry with the USA that some of them showed their deep hate by stepping on the flag of the big evil and shouting the slogan of “Down with the USA”?. This group also took films and photos of different places in “War Museum of Khorramshahr”?. They said that they would tell their people about the realities of Iranian nation’s sacred defense in return to their country. This group of Japanese tourists was informed by the museum leader about contributions of 40 large and important countries of the world to Saddam during the imposed war. They explicitly announced that resistance of Iranian nation is a great lesson for the nations that want to stand against USA and other expansionist powers. Our report adds that this Japanese group visited different places in Abadan and Khorramshahr cities which had been badly attacked by Ba’thi enemy during war years. They expressed their hate for aggression of Saddam and the USA in the memorial notebook of “War Museum of Khorramshahr”? with Japanese hand writing.
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