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US, West bid to satisfy Zionists to no avail: Ayatollah Emami Kashani

Tehran’s interim Friday Prayers leader, Ayatollah Mohammad Emami-Kashani, said in a sermon to worshipers that the US and the Western states cannot make Israel satisfied with the successful outcome of the nuclear negotiations on the Iranian nuclear program as the real intention of the Zionist regime is to wipe out all nations in the world.

“You want to satisfy the leaders of the Zionist regime with the recent negotiations and agreements with Iran, but be sure that they won’t be satisfied, because they want to destroy all nations in the world, because they want their hands stained with the blood of all nations,” he said addressing the US and its Western allies.

The senior cleric rejected the West’s claims that the pressure of sanctions brought Iran to the negotiating table, saying that the only way to answer such rantings would be the realization of the Resistance Economy as outlined by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei.

Tehran and the P5+1 – the US, Russia, China, France, Britain, the US and Germany – finalized the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) over the Iranian nuclear program on July 14.

Tel Aviv has been the main critical voice against the breakthrough in the talks between Iran and the six world powers. The regime has long been engaged in heavy lobbying to hamper the diplomatic efforts aimed at closing the Iranian nuclear dossier.

Ayatollah Emami-Kashani further rejected as “mere lies” the Western allegations that Iran pursues a non-civilian nuclear program and backs terrorism, adding that it is the Westerners who are the real supporters of terrorism.

“It is you (Westerners) who train terrorists, it is you who export terrorism,” said the senior cleric, holding the West to task for supporting the criminal Zionist and Saudi regimes.

“The evil Saudi regime, the Zionist regime, and the deviant ISIL group are three evil sides which are all alike and in collusion.”

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