Monday, July 07, 2008

Ahmadinejad: 'Israel, US daren't attack Iran'

Mon, 07 Jul 2008 14:58:43 PressTV

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the United States and the Israeli regime will not dare launch any attack against the Islamic Republic.

"Neither the US, nor Israel nor hundreds of others will ever dare launch any attack on Iran. They know full well that they are unable to attack the Islamic Republic," IRNA quoted Ahmadinejad as telling Malaysian reporters on Monday.

Ahmadinejad is currently in Kuala Lumpur to attend the 6th Summit of Group of Eight Developing Islamic Countries (D-8).

"The US President George Bush harbors evil and inhuman wishes, including confrontation with the Iranian nation but he could fulfill none of them. They (the US) know that they cannot speak to the Iranian nation with a bullying and threatening language. They should submit to the will of the Iranian nation," he said.

The enemies have used the nuclear issue to put Iran under pressure, the Iranian president said, adding they have no concern about nuclear bombs because there are countries which possess atomic bombs and are not members of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

"Our enemies oppose the ideals, views, culture and development of the Iranian nation. We support dialogue on common issues in a fair atmosphere because talks in unfair and unequal conditions would bear no fruit."

Ahmadinejad characterized the current threats of the US and the Israeli regime as psychological warfare and added that the Iranian people would stand up to the enemies. He stated that the US used to be the largest producer of oil in the world. There are also other countries that possess the world's largest gas and energy reserves, but the fact has not prevented them from using nuclear energy as a clean energy. He went on to say that using nuclear energy would spare countries such crises as pollution, global warming, drought and the resulting food shortages currently gripping large parts of the world.

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