Hussein Dai al-Islam, a member of the Iranian opposition, has blasted the judicial system in his country against the backdrop of a ruling dismissing the case against Saeed Toosi, a favored Quran reciter of the Mullah's regime leader Khamenei, accused of raping 19 children many of whom were his students.
Dai al-Islam said that the house of Iran’s leader Ali Khamenei is a corruption center, adding that the presence of figures like Toosi in the house underscores this hypothesis.
Khamenei has called for closing Toosi’s case so that other scandals are not exposed, he noted.
This means that Khamenei is covering up other crimes that can be far worse than those committed by Toosi, he further stated.
On Sunday, an official Iranian media published a copy of the Tehran court’s ruling confirming that Toosi was acquitted of charges of sexually molesting and raping four of the victims who filed complaints with the judiciary against him.
The Tehran court’s decision stated that “even if it is proved that the defendant has committed the act, it does not mean that he has committed a crime for which the law and the judiciary will be held accountable”.
Reformist MP Mahmoud Sadeghi protested to the judicial authorities, considering the decision to acquit Toosi “unfair and unjust,” saying that “evidence indicates that the Quran teacher harassed the children” and that he was being “supported by influential office of the Supreme Leader.”