Tehran, May 27, IRNA-Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper is under the pressure of public opinion and some of his cabinet members to admit his mistake in attributing a false event to Iran.
A Canadian daily, National Post, claimed last Friday that according to a bill on dress code ratified by Iranian Majlis, the Jewish, Christian and Zoroastrian minorities are required to put yellow, red and blue badges on their clothes respectively to distinguish them in the public.
Canada's news media reported that a group of ministers have called on Harper to admit his mistake and apologize to the Iranian nation.
Following the release of the false report by National Post, Canada's prime minister rushed to show a hasty reaction without taking time to verify it. Later it was clarified that the false report was released by Amir Taheri in his move against Iranian people and Muslims.
His fake reports against Iran are also published in the US dailies and he is one of the individuals constantly calling on the US administration to launch military attach on Iran.
The approach of Canada's prime minister to the issue was immediately analyzed by the press and news media and once the report was proven to be false, the National Post was made to apologize to the Iranians.
Political and news centers consider the Canadian prime minister as an inexperienced and naive politician.
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