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Iran: U.S. control of Jordan To Save the Zionist Regime


TEHRAN - The United States led the effort to take part from Jordan into the West Bank, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said during a press conference on Monday, adding that the move was allegedly intended to protect Israeli security.
Speaking at a press conference in Tehran on Monday, Ahmadinejad claimed the latest conflict in the Arab world will ultimately cause the collapse of Israel, says: "The conflict will not provide the last chance for the Zionist regime of Israel to survive because of all the countries involved oppose the occupation in Palestine .
He added that Arab countries must be careful not to rely on the United States and its allies, "because their primary purpose is to save" Israel.
Then on Monday, Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying by Iranian news agency Mehr said that the West is planning to move to divide the Jordan, and directing it to save the "Zionist regime from destruction and tell the world that an independent Palestinian state has been established" .

However, the Iranian president added, "this effort will not save Israel from extinction."
Ahmadinejad also said Western military intervention in Libya. IRNA quoted Ahmadinejad as saying that "NATO and the United States made a big stupidity by attacking Libya, because then they have caused insecurity to their own border."
"But how can they be sure that the sense of insecurity that will not penetrate to areas within their territory?," Asked the Iranian president, adding that people in the Middle East "will not hold a red carpet under their feet just because they has dropped the Libyan government had been involved in a military invasion in the country and even into the region people who have a long record of heavy fighting against the occupiers. "
Quickly a new Middle East countries without Israel and the U.S. will emerge and Arab nations must realize that "The U.S. is the most loyal friends they have," said Ahmadinejad.
In a statement on Sunday, the Gulf Cooperation Council, accused Iran of interfering in internal affairs in the Gulf. Ahmadinejad's hard to ward off these things and say that the statement has no legal value, and claimed that it was issued because the pressure of the United States. In some Gulf countries, like Bahrain, a Sunni minority who ruled the kingdom of the majority Shia.
"U.S. wants to destroy our relations with the Gulf countries, but we say to these countries that accuse Iran would not solve their problems and that we are still open to friendship," he said.
He rejected violence used against protesters and condemned the military intervention in those countries.
In the same interview, Ahmadinejad also declared that the popular uprising during turbulent Arab world has foiled the plots hatched by the United States.
He said that Iran would welcome a new era of diplomatic relations with Cairo after three decades of political disputes. However, Egypt should not set preconditions in this case, he added.
Ahmadinejad also said that U.S. President Barack Obama will leave office in a more embarrassing than his predecessor, George W. Bush.
Despite their slogan different, they perform a similar policy, he said.
Obama in power with the slogan of change, but it became clear that the 'change' Washington officials intended to change everything for the benefit for them alone.
However, the double standard approach adopted by U.S. officials has unmasked them, the president commented.
President Ahmadinejad also said that the United States is seeking to "hijack" the revolution in the Middle East and North Africa.
"Everyone must remain vigilant because they (the U.S.) seeking to hijack the popular uprising with the aim of serving the interests of capitalists," said Ahmadinejad.

Source : SM

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