US Allegation of Iran’s Support for Terror ‘Ridiculous’: Speaker

News ID: 1527540 Service: Politics
علی لاریجانی

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The speaker of Iran’s parliament called the allegation that the country sponsors terrorism “ridiculous”, saying the US administration makes such nonsensical accusations to demonize Iran.

The most ridiculous allegation is that Iran has been supporting terrorist groups, Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said on Saturday, adding that one must be blind to overlook Iran’s fight against Daesh (ISIL) terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

Denouncing the worthless comments by the US president at the UN, Larijani said American officials are making futile attempts to change the world public opinion about Iran.

The new US administration has plundered billions of dollars of the assets of Muslim nations and is now trying to appease the rulers of regional reactionary states, he added.

On September 19, in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Donald Trump accused Iran of supporting terrorists.

Following his speech, Twitter was abuzz with “#ShutupTrump” messages.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif described Trump’s comments as “ignorant hate speech”, noting that his address was not worth of a reply.

“Such behaviors along with other realities like the US support for the criminal Zionist regime and other regional dictatorial regimes as well as its support for terrorist groups would not yield any result but further isolation and disrepute for the US administration in the world,” Zarif added.

    All Stories