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Tuesday 10 July 2012
D. Khatinoglu and T. Jafarov
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that the U.S. regime is the world's most totalitarian and dictatorial regime. He made this remark during his speech at the inauguration of the 1st International Conference on Women and Islamic Awakening being held in Tehran.
During his speech screened live on state TV, Ahmadinejad said that the Zionist regime (Israel) makes decisions on behalf of the United States and makes policy for them.
The US image is damaged when the nations resist against it. American politics never change, only the faces (J.W Bush with Barak Obama) change, he said.
Making an attack over the European Union members, Ahmadinejad added that European people don't believe and trust in their governments. They stage rallies and were cracked down by their governments and nobody hears them.
In a part of his speech about democracy, Ahmadinejad said that the same situation is in South America and Asia. "There is no real democracy in the world and it is time to change all political and economic measures and calculations in the world," he said.
The Iranian president said that to achieve this goal, nations should be awakened.
More than 1500 female researchers and scholars as well as political and social activists from more than 80 countries are taking part in the conference that began on Tuesday in the Iranian capital.
Source: (c)2012 Trend News Agency (Baku, Azerbaijan) Distributed by MCT Information Services.