"The most significant threat to global peace and security in the world today." With these words Canada has annulled all its diplomatic ties with Iran and has even left Syrian Prince Al Assad alone in his fight against his own people.
The foreign Ministry of Canada has called to shut down Iranian Embassy in Canada. This action has been made by Canada in the wake of current global political status. Not just that Prince Al Assad has been left to face his public now alone and that has also stirred the global view of growing tension in the Asian region.
"Diplomatic relations between Canada and Iran were suspended. Entire Canadian diplomats left Iran and Iranian diplomats in Ottawa were ordered to leave the country within five days, "said Canadian Foreign Minister, John Baird, in a statement. Canada has already stopped its political activities in Syria in March this year. It has already expelled Syrian diplomats from the country. However the Foreign Ministry could not immediately specify how many Iranian officials must leave Canada.
"Canada's position towards the Iranian regime is known. Canada believes the government of Iran as the main threat to peace and security in the world at this time," Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said in a statement. The minister believes that Iran " is among the worst violators of the rights of people in the world. " He added: "It is home to terrorist groups in delivering material aid, forcing the Canadian government to officially enroll Iran as state supporting terrorism."
Canada's decision is supported by some Western allies, who argue that Iran's nuclear program is aimed at building nuclear bombs and accuse the regime of promoting international terrorism. The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanayahu congratulated Canada for breaking off diplomatic relations with Iran, while describing the decision as "courageous" and " an example to the international community. "Meanwhile, the U.S. State Department U.S. said "shared the concerns of Canada" by Iran's support for the Syrian regime, human rights and the country's nuclear program. " We want all countries to join us in isolating Iran in the manner they see fit, "said spokesman Patrick Vendrell, adding that" there are many different ways to do it. "
Tehran on the other hand has made a stiff stance on its nuclear program. It says that will not let any other nation take what is its right. Likewise the one not inspected by anyone for its own nuclear credibility Israeli regime has made it clear already that it would launch a strike as in the past to take out such installations. Isreal has already done that in the past and has stood successfully.