Former Chalabi Aide Says Iran ‘Chief Supporter’ of Rohingya
2 April 2013
A former top aide to disgraced former Iraqi Prime Minister Ahmed Chalabi, Entidfadh Qanbar, has appeared on Iranian state television saying Iran was the “chief supporter” of Muslims in Burma. Qanbar owns several Iran-aligned TV stations based in Beirut. He was educated at Georgia Institute of Technology and appeared on Iran’s Press TV as a “political analyst.” Qanbar said the Arab League and Muslim League gave no importance to the fate of Burma’s Muslims. “I think the actions should start from here and the West will probably lead by practicing immense power through economical means and political means,” Qanbar said.