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Mohammad Hassan Asafari:

Enemies' sanctions aim to prevent export of Islamic Revolution

Service : Politic
Arak, Nov 10 (ICANA) – Member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Mohammad Hassan Asafari said on Saturday that the enemies try to toughen economic sanctions against Iran to prevent export of genuine Islam to other parts of the world.
Sunday, November 11, 2012 4:53:40 PM
Enemies' sanctions aim to prevent export of Islamic Revolution

The Islamic Revolution in Iran has now been stabilized and is now spreading its ideas and ideology to other countries, he said.

Lofty guidelines of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei are based on Islamic teachings and justice which are now spilling over to other parts of the world rapidly, he said.

The Majlis deputy from Arak also said Iran's peaceful nuclear program has created many challenges for the enemies prompting them to pose various threats and impose economic sanctions against Iran.

The enemies try to exaggerate the impacts of economic sanctions to sow discord between political parties and people, he said.

Resolving disputes inside the country will be the best option to thwart plots of the enemies to this effect, he pointed out.

Iran's foreign policy is based on promoting constructive approaches in dealing with regional countries and help prevent regional conflicts and disputes, he said.

The enemies and western states which have suffered defeats from Iran's media enlightenment have obstructed airing of Iranian TV networks, he said.

Freedom of speech and promotion of democracy are among Iran's priorities which have turned the country into the cradle of civilization and freedom in the region and the world, he said.

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