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MP Rejects Hariri's Meddling Claims

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TEHRAN, April 10 (ICANA) – A senior Iranian lawmaker has censured the recent anti-Iran allegations by acting Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, describing his remarks as “irrelevant.”
Sunday, April 10, 2011 2:05:55 PM
MP Rejects Hariri's Meddling Claims

“Like many countries, Iran will produce a reaction to the suppression of defenseless people. However, Iran's stance should not be regarded as interference in internal affairs of countries,” Head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) Alaeddin Boroujerdi told ICANA.

He added that Iran's sensitivity to regional developments is not a matter of question with regard to the country's position in the Persian Gulf region.

“As a regional country, Iran has the right to express its opinion about ongoing developments in the Middle East,” the Iranian lawmaker reiterated.

Hariri accused Iran of “a flagrant interference” in the internal affairs of Lebanon and the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf.

Addressing a Lebanese-Saudi economic forum in the Lebanese capital of Beirut, Hariri vowed not to let Lebanon become an Iranian protectorate, saying Tehran's policy in the region was no longer acceptable.

Hariri's speech drew a swift response from Lebanon's resistance movement Hezbollah which accused Hariri of serving the US policy in the region.

On Saturday, Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah condemned Hariri for making comments against Iran, noting that Hariri's criticism of Tehran resembles Israel's language.

He criticized “the Hariri camp's hatred of Hezbollah,” noting that the goal of the Hariri-led bloc is to wipe out Hezbollah.

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