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Gholam Reza Karami:

US anti-Iran psywar, failed bid

Service : Politic
Tehran, Jan 16, (ICANA) – Member of the Majlis Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy, Gholam Reza Karami says the US threats against the Islamic Republic over its nuclear program represent failed psychological warfare aimed at inciting fear among Iranians.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012 2:08:01 PM
US anti-Iran psywar, failed bid

US psychological warfare against Iranian authorities amount to last-ditch efforts to “heal the old wounds” of American authorities that remain bogged down in a quagmire of political and economic failures, Karami said.

He added that American statesmen have used every resource and capabilities available to them over the past 33 years in attempts to destabilize Iran but Iranian authorities and forces have managed to resist their hostile efforts.

The legislator emphasized that the US does not have the capability to inflict any damage on Iran, which has emerged into the most powerful country in the region, particularly in military and scientific fields.

He noted that the developments in the Middle East over the past year spread awakening among regional nations and led the US to lose more allies in the region.

Karami stated that Washington has always incurred heavy costs by posing threats against Iran or trying to demonize the positive image of the country.

He highlighted the role of the US and Israeli regime and their allies in the assassination of Iranian scientists and urged Iranian officials to remain vigilant and adopt appropriate measures to counter such plots.

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