MULLAHS GETTING NERVOUS?
"Does foreign policy mean expressing coarse slogans and grandstanding?" Rowhani reportedly asked in a speech at a foreign policy conference in Teheran."This is not a foreign policy. We need to find an accommodating way to decrease the threats and assure the interests of the country."
"If the international community thinks that a country wants to play troublemaker and eliminate others, it will not let the country do this and will confront it," warned Rowhani, who is one of the two representatives of the Ayatollah Khamenei on the Supreme National Security Council.
Only last week, the Iranian president said:"The world powers established this filthy bacteria, the Zionist regime, which is lashing out at the nations in the region like a wild beast."
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