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Leader says U.S. is most hated regime in the world
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altGILAN GHARB, KERMANSHAH – The Supreme Leader has said that the enemies’ propaganda campaign against Iran will rebound on them and called the United States “the most hated” regime in the eyes of the world.   

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei made the remarks in an address to thousands of well-wishers in the western city of Gilan Gharb, Kermanshah Province, on Saturday. 

In reference to the allegation that Iran had hatched a plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States, the Leader said, “They tried to find a pretext to mount a propaganda campaign to present the Islamic Republic of Iran as the supporter of terrorism through leveling a nonsensical and meaningless accusation against several Iranians.”  

“But their plot fell flat and like their other actions will be futile and ineffective, and contrary to their expectations will lead to their further isolation,” the Leader of the Islamic Revolution stated. 

“The enemies are struggling to isolate the Iranian nation and promote Iranophobia, but the same as in the past, they will achieve nothing but the nations’ everlasting hatred toward the U.S. regime and the rise in the popularity of glorious Iranian nation’s slogans,” Ayatollah Khamenei insisted. 

The Leader added, “The U.S. regime is the most hated and isolated government in the eyes of the world’s nations.” 

Elsewhere in his remarks, the Leader pointed to the protests on Wall Street and said, “You are isolated from your own nation and are afraid of the majority of people, but do you want to promote Iranophobia through talking nonsense?”    

He added that the Iranian nation will support oppressed nations, oppose oppressors, stand up to bullying, and will not abandon their ideals.

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Last Updated on 15 October 2011 17:28