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Jan 30, 2008
Bush's anti-Iran remarks 'repeated, unimportant'

Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini said on Tuesday that the allegations made by US President George W. Bush against Iran were 'repeated and unimportant'.

In reaction to President Bush's State of the Union speech at US Congress last night, Hosseini said that the US president's anti-Iran remarks lacked new points.

He said that unfortunately, Iranians have heard repetition of such baseless allegations over the past seven years and it is quite evident that the US people and their representatives have got tired to listen to such allegations.

Bush is now in his last year of his presidency and he has made no remarkable achievements during the two consecutive terms at domestic or international level, he said.

He said that Bush is unlikely to make good on its failures and defeats through putting the blames on others in order to cover up its weaknesses.

The world public opinion is well aware of his unethical and illegal methods in dealing with international issues.

"We advise the US president in the remaining time to heed concerns of the American people which could be the damaging economic recession, violation of human rights through adopting undemocratic commands, severe nervous breakdown from which the US servicemen suffering owing to loss of their hope in occupation of Iraq," he said.

(Source: "Bush's anti-Iran remarks 'repeated, unimportant",  IRNA, 29 January 2008)

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