The seminar was organized by the All-Party Parliamentary Group of the House of Lords and was meant to mend ties with Iran through restoring normal diplomatic relations and ending the current threat of war against the country.
According to Pakistan’s Daily Times, the organizers of the seminar sought to expose “the deception and hypocrisy” of the British politics against Iran and to figure out legal and peaceful ways out of “the contrived crisis” with the country.
This is while The Jewish Chronicle even threatened Muslim Lord Nazir Ahmed that he would face violence if he pushes with the debate, which he was set to chair in the House of Lords.
The Zionist paper also contacted the Labour Party to complain about what it claimed to be the “extremist views” of some of the prospective participants in the seminar, apparently including Lord Ahmed.
Zionist pressure groups hold powerful behind-the-scenes leverage in the British government and parliament and have been leading a hidden anti-Iran campaign in the British politics over the past years.
A case in point was the British Office of Communications’ (OfCom) ban on Press TV earlier this year, which analysts attributed to Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre (BICOM), the Zionist media lobbying apparatus of Tel Aviv in Britain.