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Kazem Jalali:

Iran will react to UK's hostile bids

Service : Politic
Tehran, Nov 30 (ICANA) – Rapporteur of Iran's Majlis (parliament) Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy Kazem Jalali says Britain should expect more expression of outrage and anger from the Iranian nation should it continue its hostile policies towards the Islamic Republic.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 2:32:17 PM
Iran will react to UK's hostile bids

Jalali said that Britain has a dismal record of anti-Iran efforts such imposing dishonorable treaties, plotting to depose a democratically elected prime minister in 1953, backing the ruthless Pahlavi regime and aiding in the torture of revolutionaries as well as offering refuge to dissident of the Islamic Republic following the victory of Iran's Islamic Revolution in 1979.

The lawmaker added that Britain cannot continue with its hostile policies against Iran, and then expect the Iranian nation not to react appropriately.

He said the British government should attempt to make up for all the anti-Iran bids they have made over the years rather than voicing outrage over Iran's legitimate decision to downgrade its diplomatic ties with London.

Jalali noted that British officials should adjust their attitude towards Tehran and try to work out what aspect of their behavior promoted the Iranian public opinion and the Majlis to adopt an unfriendly approach towards them.

The Iranian legislator emphasized that Iran will react appropriately to any radical and adverse actions by the official Britain.

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