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US real loser of MENA revolutions.

Mashhad : Iran | May 21, 2011 at 11:00 AM PDT
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Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Mr. Saeed Jalili said on Friday that the United States is the major loser of the present developments and the flourish of Islamic beginning in the Middle East and North Africa. He said Islamic development in the Arab-world has motivated the United States to desperation and a dead end.

He said it has been fixed in a sticky situation for years of support for the Zionist government and regional dictatorial regimes like Hosni Mubarak and cannot place itself free through chicanery and myth.He was also referring to former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Washington's backing of Tunisia's ousted President Zine-El-Abidine Ben Ali who were toppled by popular revolutions in month of January and February. It is now clear that the planned US policies of the past few decades have been in denial with the causes and interests of the people of the Middle East region.

The comments come one day after United States President Obama made a telecasted speech in which he guaranteed Washington's regional allies that the US would keep its commitment to partners and friends and Obama warned warned Palestinians that they would not gain independence by denying the Israeli regime.

Saeed Jalili said Obama's immodest support for Israel demonstrates the bigoted nature of United States policies. Actually he reminds the Obama management that Palestinians consider the Israeli-occupied territories as their homeland. At the end he concluded that this is the demand of the people of the region and they do not agree to less.

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