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News number: 8805251405

18:35 | 2009-08-16

Foriegn Policy

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Iran Lambasts Policies of Certain Neighboring States

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday strongly criticized certain neighboring states for adopting policies which serve the interests of the Zionist regime.



"We are sorry for those countries around us and those neighbors which are at the service of the Zionists in the name of Islam and are providing means of their hegemony over the world," Ahmadinejad said, addressing in a special ceremony to commemorate the World Mosques Day here in Tehran on Sunday.

"They don't understand so they provide the Zionists with their possibilities, we hope that they wake up," he added.

Elsewhere, President Ahmadinejad reminded the threats posed by Iran's enemies, and noted, "These noises and moves by the enemies are indications of their weakness and demise. The one who displays missiles and bombs when he is short of logic is the defeated party."

Also during his address, Ahmadinejad slammed West's policies in Iraq and Afghanistan and growing casualties in those countries despite the West's pledge to secure the two Middle-Eastern countries.

He underlined that the US has come to Iraq to dominate Islamic territories and its rich resources, and cautioned that Washington is stirring discord among Muslims in a bid to attain the aforementioned goals.