By Iran Review
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has reiterated that the Islamic Republic will not retreat an iota from its rights under pressure or sanctions.
“Today, we see that there are some around the world who raise hue and cry, put pressure and ratify resolutions one after another against Iran. All these attempts are aimed at impeding the Iranian nation’s progress and undermining its dignity,” Ahmadinejad said.
“They should know that this nation will not retreat even an iota from its inalienable rights,” the president added, recommending Western powers to treat nations according to international law, justice, friendship and respect.
The Iranian chief executive also emphasized that the era of bullying has come to an end, noting that “it is to the benefit of the ill-wishers of the Iranian people to return to justice, and they should know that this nation has made all its enemies regret throughout history.”
Iran’s President said that the West should drop its “bullying” stance against Iran as the Iranian nation will never give in to foreign pressure.
“If the Iranian nation makes up its mind to do something, all devils and ill-wishers of the world cannot make them backtrack on their resolve,” Ahmadinejad noted.
The Iranian Chief Executive added that Western arrogant powers believe that they can acquire kudos and credit by humiliating other nations.
He advised hegemonic powers to observe divine values for their own benefit.
Ahmadinejad stated that worshipping the Devil, wealth, power, or worldly whims instead of God, was the root cause of all human problems.
“If the world powers worship the Almighty God, they will not make stockpiles of nuclear and chemical arsenals and will not try to occupy other territories,” he said.
Turning to the dire situation of the Zionist regime of Israel, the Iranian president stressed that viciousness, war and bloodshed shaped the very existence of that regime.
Ahmadinejad added that all efforts made by enemies of Iran are meant to stop the country’s scientific progress.
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