Tyranny, Corruption Fruit of World Powers’ Performance

A0112544.jpgTEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that the tyranny and corruption dominating the world is a result of the performance of the faithless powers.

In continuation of his tour of the Iranian Khuzestan province, president Ahmadinejad told a congregation of the people of Mahshahr and Imam Khomeini port cities today that all the tyrannies and hostilities residing in the world today are the result of the fact that some powers have kept a distance from the divine injunctions and teachings.

President Ahmadinejad further stated that the bullying powers have created a restricted world for themselves and imagine that they will last forever adding that Satan has penetrated the minds and existence of these individuals who think of nothing but corruption and bullying and that the tyranny and corruption residing in the world is the result of the performance of these faithless individuals.

The Iranian president then made reference to the crimes committed by the Zionist regime in the Occupied Palestine and the supports extended by the US and Britain for the Zionists and stated: ” Today after passage of 60 years, the Zionist regime has become a disgrace for the US and Britain”.

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad further added that the vigilant people residing in Khuzestan province will not allow aliens to hatch conspiracies.

Making reference to some attempts made by the US and Britain to sow seeds of discord in Khuzestan province of Iran, President Ahmadinejad stated that the people, the vigilant Arabs and tribes residing in this region will not allow the aliens to hatch conspiracies in the province.

In a meeting with the elites of Khuzestan province last night also, president Ahmadinejad stated: “I am confident that very soon we will witness collapse of the Zionist regime, this corrupt element in the region”.

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