US-wished changes in Iran illusion

TEHRAN, Aug. 18 (MNA) – Iranian Judiciary chief rapped Obama for wishing 'gradual revisions' in Iran calling it an illusion to never come true.

On the occasion of the anniversary of the repatriation of Iranian POWs of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq War, Iran’s Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani hailed the patience undertaken by the prisoners calling them the symbols of resistance.

The Grand Ayatollah made the remarks in the opening of the weekly gathering of the top officials of Iran’s Judiciary Branch. Touching upon the latest comments made by US president, Ayatollah Larijani censured Americans for linking the Vienna agreement of July 14 to internal affairs of Iran.

He added that the enemies who think the agreement could weaken the anti-imperialism approach of Iranians were 'flailing about in illusion.'

The Judiciary chief also dubbed President Obama's recent remarks as another instance of Americans' usual interference into internal issues of other countries which must be condemned. He further pointed to the 1953 coup led by the United States and the British - toppling Iran's democratically-elected PM Mosaddeq to restore power to Pahlavi monarchy - as another example of West's meddling into domestic affairs of sovereign states.

Ayatollah Amoli also warned Americans that Iran had gained enough experience since 1953 and asserted that the country would not allow any foreign interference.

The Iranian official strongly slammed US officials for backing the 'child-killing' Zionist regime in Palestine and meanwhile criticizing Iran for its support for war-torn nations in the region.

Further, he added that the Islamic Revolution of 1979 was an end to the presence of the Arrogant powers in the region and that the discourse of the Revolution has spread all over the free-minded nations of the world; "though the American politicians are blind to it."


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