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Iran sees demise of U.S., Britain


Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Nov. 27 – Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned the United States and Britain on Sunday that they would stand to lose in Iraq unless they withdrew their troops. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Nov. 27 – Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned the United States and Britain on Sunday that they would stand to lose in Iraq unless they withdrew their troops.

“To conquer the high peaks, every day we need more rule of the Bassij mentality. Universities, research centres, schools, factories, offices, and everywhere else which strives to construct and make advancements need the presence of the mentality of the Bassij in order to realise their goals”, Ahmadinejad said. His comments at a gathering of the paramilitary Bassij militia were aired on state television.

“Through the presence of the Bassij and the Bassij mentality, the Iranian nation is invincible”.

Ahmadinejad called for the withdrawal of U.S.-led led troops from the Persian Gulf and the Middle East. “The nations of the region are aptly capable of preserving regional security. The presence of foreigners is the root of tensions and disputes in the region”, he said.

“The occupying countries must leave the region. By God’s grace, the bullying powers are faltering, and their satanic domination is heading towards destruction”, he said.

Ahmadinejad said that Israel was spiralling towards collapse. “We must all be vigilante. The countries of the region can come to each other’s aid to clear out the foreigners from the region”.

“The time has come for the leaders of the U.S. and Britain to open their ears. For 60 years, they have committed crimes and they created the Zionist regime as a lever of pressure on the region’s states. … Today, they have reached an impasse in the region and the world. Today, their downfall … has begun. They no longer have a base among the nations. They must end their crimes and inhuman methods. They must leave the Palestinian, Iraqi and other nations alone”.

Addressing U.S. President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the hard-line Iranian President said, “These days, many people are slaughtered in Iraq with your support. The blood of every person who is killed is on your hands. You must stand trial and be held accountable for your crimes in the near future”.

“This is a divine invitation to pursue the path of the prophets and worship God. If your response is negative, the nations’ powerful hand of justice will soon topple you and force you to give up your reins of power”.

“Iran is willing to help you get out of that swamp [in Iraq”> on the condition that you end your bullying and aggression and correct your attitude. Return to your own nation and end the occupation”, Ahmadinejad said.

“You have to stop bullying, threatening and insulting nations. … Today, you and your hegemony are about to collapse”, he added.

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