Saturday, April 28, 2007

IRIB: "Khatami urges Arabs to revise track"

The Persian Mullacracy lectures Arab dictatorships:
Friday Prayers Leader of Tehran Hojatoleslam Ahmad Khatami said Friday that Arab states should negotiate with the Palestinian nation instead of the Zionist regime.

"Instead of negotiating with the 'Israeli' regime, the Arab states should talk to the Palestinian nation so as to garner divine consent and national popularity," said Hojatoleslam Khatami in his second Friday Prayers sermon.

Hojatoleslam Khatami criticized Arab states for negotiation with and official recognition of the 'Israeli' regime.

"Don't forget that your predecessors had had many such talks but none of them were fruitful and failed to subside the 'Israeli' regime's wicked conduct even on an small scale," he reiterated.

Hojatoleslam Khatami also stressed on Iran's resolve for nuclear talks with the European parties.

"We have raised our words many times showing that we favor talks while not willing to back down our rights," he announced.

He then warned of futility of talks in case of continued bullying.

"Despite all the anti-Iranian resolutions, our President, while sponsoring nuclear festival, honorably showed that we have with God's grace gained remarkable progress and joined the nuclear club."

"The world should know that if they wish to talk with powerful Iran unconditionally, they should not violate its rights and if they want to continue bullying like the past, the talks would not be fruitful," he added.
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