Ahmadinejad Highlights Iran’s Int’l Mission

Author : Mircea Birca | Friday, October 3, 2008
Posted in category Iran, Iran News, Iran Presidency
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A05165297.jpgTEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his country has an international mission and those who believe it should focus on domestic issues are wrong.

Speaking in a mosque in Tehran on Wednesday, the president said efforts should be made to reform both the domestic and international issues.

The president added, “The Iranian nation is an exemplary one in the world and if they are not present in the world scenes, then others will make decisions for them.”

“The Zionists, who always wanted a country from the Nile to the Euphrates, are now happy with establishing their illegal authority in a small part of Palestine. This is because they have been slapped at face by the believers (in God),” the Islamic republic news agency quoted the president as saying.
President Ahmadinejad said the warm welcome to Iranian delegation by the Bolivians was another manifestation of the glory and dignity of the Iranian nation, adding, “Iran’s presence and activities in such countries is not only helping the poor people but it has economic benefits for us too.”

Referring to his speech at Columbia University, President Ahmadinejad said, “The Zionists wanted to turn the event into a trial of the Islamic Republic of Iran, but with help from the Almighty God, the plot turned into a scene in which nations could express their hatred with the rulers in the White House.”

“The behavior of the government and media in the US shows that there is dictatorship in that country and people are not allowed to know the facts,” said the president.

“The Iranian nation is not afraid of listening to others and believes that the whole world accepts the strong logic of the revolution and the Islamic system,” the president concluded.

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