Iranian Official Threatens US & Mocks Republican Party

Iranian officials again treatened the USA today and blasted the policies of the Bush Administration.

In protests yesterday, Iranian students held up signs threatening to occupy European embassies in Tehran.
** Kamangir has several more photos from the student protests.

Sounding like a democratic Congressional leader
Fars News reports on the latest threats to America and insults the Bush policies in the region:

Islamic Republic’s Prosecutor General Ghorban-Ali Dorri Najaf Abadi here on Saturday stressed that Iranian nation, in its extensive February 11 rallies, will give a crushing response to the US and its allies.

Stating his assessment of the radical statements made by the US President against the Iranian nation, he advised George Bush to give up the language of threat and intimidation and adopt a milder language when speaking to the world people, specially Iranians.

The prosecutor general further reminded that all the threats posed to the Iranian nation during the last 30 years have proved to be a failure, reminding that the US statesmen are angry at Iran due to their repeated failures and defeats in the region, including in Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq and Afghanistan, in addition to the Republicans’ defeat in the recent US midterm legislative elections.

“Republicans have lost both their reputation and credit inside and outside the United States, and this is a grave warning to the Republicans and neoconservatives,” he stated.

And… The Iranian regime celebrates a weakened George W. Bush:


…According to this theory, President George W. Bush is an “aberration,” a leader out of sync with his nation’s character and no more than a brief nightmare for those who oppose the creation of an “American Middle East.” Messrs. Abbasi and Ahmadinejad have concluded that there will be no helicopter as long as George W. Bush is in the White House.

You Might Like