Today it is crystal clear to all how much Zionist state and violator of the rights of all citizens in the world, with an intention similar to apartheid behavior, has trembled in the wake of victory and continuous existence of the Islamic Revolution, and sees its existence in danger. And to save itself and with […]
The Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi reacted Tue. to the report of probable role of Netherland’s intelligence services in sabotaging Iran's nuclear program in 2007.
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