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SPD politician Özoğuz: When a Bundestag Vice President continues to spin Iran’s propaganda

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SPD politician Özoğuz: When a Bundestag Vice President continues to spin Iran’s propaganda

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When a Bundestag Vice President continues to spin Iranian propaganda

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Bundestagsvizepräsidentin Aydan Özoğuz (SPD)

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After heavy criticism, SPD politician Aydan Özoğuz deleted a tweet in which she accused Israel of having “provoked” the attack by Iran – which follows the official statement by the Tehran terror regime. But she doesn’t appear to be insightful in any way. This is undignified and strange.

Bundestag Vice President Aydan Özoğuz made a big splash after the start of the Iranian attack against Israel. The social democrat became fundamental on the short message service X (formerly Twitter). She just touched on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Iran’s attack, Hamas’ terror against Israel and the Jewish state’s military offensive in Gaza in the following two sentences: “Too many wars, too many lives at risk, hostages not freed, people in famine . “I’m worried about everyone in #Ukraine #Israel #Gaza.”

However, Özoğuz then followed up this rather subjective classification with two accusatory sentences that were likely to please representatives and supporters of Iran’s terrorist regime: “Why did this situation have to be provoked? Bombing of Iran. Embassy has further endangered the Middle East.” This was addressed directly to Israel.

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The deputy of Bundestag President Bärbel Bas (SPD) thus – whether intentional or not, only Özoğuz himself knows – argued directly to the Tehran leadership’s official justification for the attack; This invokes the right to self-defense under Article 51 of the UN Charter: The Iranian attack is a response to an Israeli attack against the Iranian embassy in Damascus, Syria, at the beginning of April (in which, according to Iranian information, high-ranking members of the Revolutionary Guard were killed).

The Israeli army says it has no information that it was an embassy. And: In the past, the Tehran leadership itself had no scruples about attacking embassies of other countries or abusing its own diplomatic missions to organize attacks.

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Essentially, Özoğuz continues to spin propaganda that blames Israel for the fact that it is now under attack by a terrorist regime that has the destruction of the Jewish state as its declared goal and is the biggest supporter of the Hamas barbarians. A classic perpetrator-victim reversal.

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“In such a heated situation…”

This went against the grain of so many users on X that a storm of criticism broke out against Özoğuz – which led the politician to delete her post. But the SPD MP also gave a bad picture in her explanation: “In such a heated situation, all the comments show that everyone here is attacking each other. That’s why I deleted my post. The war is bad enough.”

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Firstly, Özoğuz does not show any insight into the fact that her original tweet was simply nonsense. Secondly, there can hardly be any talk of “everyone on top of each other” in this situation – it would be more true: “A lot of people are on Özoğuz.” The fierce criticism was also mixed with demands for his resignation. Make no mistake: That probably won’t happen.

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But it is clear that a politician who… six-member Presidium of Parliament When the first public statement comes to mind, denouncing Israel’s actions against its enemies is extremely strange – and unworthy of a Bundestag Vice President. It also casts a bad light on the Chancellor’s SPD party, from which resounding silence was heard about the incident on Sunday.

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