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Iran Never Interferes in Internal Affairs of Others: MP

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TEHRAN, March 7 (ICANA) – Member of the Majlis Presiding Board says the U.S. is blatantly interfering in revolutionary movements in the Middle East and, therefore, American statesmen should be accountable for their intervention in the Middle East region.
Monday, March 07, 2011 1:24:31 PM
Iran Never Interferes in Internal Affairs of Others: MP

Hossein Sobhani-nia told ICANA that recent developments in the Middle East and North Africa have created conditions under which the U.S. has lost control over the situation and for this reason American statesmen are resorting to any mechanism to bring the vigilant movement of the revolutionary people under question.

Referring to the U.S. propaganda tool with regard to the recent revolutions in the Middle East, the parliamentarian stressed that the United States is attempting to stimulate public opinion and thus change the situation to its own benefit. To this end, he noted, the U.S. is not afraid of leveling any accusation against Iran.

He elucidated that the Islamic Republic of Iran would by no means interfere in internal affairs of other countries, but its support for all freedom-fighting movements could not be ignored.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned against Iran's regional sway which could 'shape' events in the region. "They are doing everything they can to influence the outcomes [of events] in these places," Clinton told the Senate Appropriations Committee last week.

The top US diplomat claimed that Iran is communicating with opposition groups in Egypt, Bahrain and Yemen to achieve its ends.

On February 21, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei warned against efforts by Western powers to “hijack” popular movements in Islamic countries.

Meanwhile, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also warned the United States and its allies on Wednesday against a “military” interference in the region, urging them to stop their moves.

“If you have military interference in North Africa and the Middle East once again, regional nations will stand up and dig graves for your soldiers,” said President Ahmadinejad.

Latest media reports suggest that the United States and its allies may be paving the way for military intervention in troubled Libya.

The US Senate has recently passed a resolution calling for a no-fly zone over crisis-hit Libya.

The US Senate Armed Services Committee said all options, including the military option, should be on the table.

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