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It is the mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to erase Israel from the map of the region.
After the Shah's departure from Iran, I will not become a president nor accept any other leadership role. Just like before, I limit my activities only to guiding and directing the people.
Our family has lived in Iran for 2,500 years, and Iranian Jewry has the long history in that land.
I have strong sentiments toward Iran, since I distinguish between the Iranian regime and the Iranian people. I highly esteem Iranian music and culture.
In Iran's future Islamic system everyone can express their opinion, and the Islamic government will respond to logic with logic.
The "Axis of Evil" was - and is - very real, as the tyrants of Iran, Iraq, and North Korea knew full well.
To defeat ISIS and let Iran get nuclear weapons would be to win the battle and lose the war.
I am sure the majority of Iranians want a peace agreement with Israel and want Iran to integrate with the international community and accept its universal values.
If the invaders reach Iran, the country will turn into a burning hell for them.
Iran has a dismal record on human rights.
I think we should take Iraq and Iran and combine them into one country and call it Irate. All the pissed off people live in one place and get it over with.
Iran stands behind a substantial number of terrorist actions against us, together with Hizballah and the Islamic Jihad. It pretends to care for the Palestinians.
There are severe limitations on civil rights. In the international arena, Iran is turning into an isolated country, and the international community is becoming more hostile toward it.
I just wish we knew a little less about his urethra and a little more about his arms sales to Iran.
Lawyers have a dangerous job in Iran.
I want the standard of living in Iran in ten years' time to be exactly on a level with that in Europe today. In twenty years' time we shall be ahead of the United States.
When it comes to Iran and ISIS, the enemy of your enemy is your enemy!
We cannot win this war on terror if people are undercutting us. And one way to undercut us is to empower Iran.
Personal desire, age, and my health do not allow me to personally have a role in running the country [i.e. Iran] after the fall of the current system [of the Shah].
We're going to take out seven countries in 5 years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.
I wouldn't even know - and I spent three years in the CIA - I wouldn't even know how you'd start a covert action program in a place like Iran. It would be extraordinarily difficult.
Iran's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons, support for international terrorist organizations, and abhorrent human rights practices pose one of the greatest threats to global security.
Iran can recruit hundreds of suicide bombers a day. Suicide is an invincible weapon. Suicide bombers in this land showed us the way, and they enlighten our future.
The president of Iran should remember that Iran can also be wiped off the map.
Taking stock of 'Operation Iraqi Freedom' a decade later, the Financial Times concluded that the US won the war, Iran won the peace, and Turkey won the contracts. I can only agree.
President Obama Tastes the Bitter Fruit of Appeasement...of Israel, not Iran
Iran? Number 1! Russia? Number 1! USA? Hacktui!
Thank God we in Iran have neither the desire nor the need to suffer from democracy.
One of President Obama's winning points last night was about how sanctions against Iran are crippling their economy. And believe me, if anyone knows how to cripple an economy, it's President Obama.
It was known in the mid 90s already that Saddam Hussein was a dangerous tyrant that he had already launched aggressions against Iran, he had invaded Kuwait.
Iran's continued, widespread persecution of ethnic minorities, human rights defenders and political prisoners is a disgrace and stands as a shameful indictment of Iran's leaders.
In addition, it is very likely that United States action in Iraq caused Iran to open its nuclear facilities for international inspection and suspend its uranium enrichment activities.
Some in the West suggest that Isam needs a separation of mosque and state. However, in the case of Iran at least what is needed is a separation lof religion and business.
There are some issues that are not in control of the government. Two of those issues are human rights and personal freedoms are in the domain of Iran's conservative judicial system.
the use of nuclear weapons is Iran's right.
Instead of fighting ISIS, (the Saudis) have focused more on a campaign to oust Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The only thing that will stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons is regime change in Tehran.
If Iran wants to be treated like a normal country, let it act like a normal country.
The fact is that Iran doesn't want to see the Taliban come back any more than do most Afghan citizens.
If the United States was mad enough to attack Iran or aggress Venezuela again the price of a barrel of oil could reach $150 or even $200.
What country is stabler than Iran? Where else in the world would an assassinated prime minister be so quickly replaced?
From my films, you can at least learn about Iran, you can get a sense of the history and the society. But no such films have been made about Afghanistan, so you really can't know much about it.
If Iran obtains nuclear weapons, then almost certainly Saudi Arabia will do the same, as will Egypt, Turkey and perhaps others in the region.
Iran is a great problem, but not necessarily a great country. In fact, I think it is a very weak country.
Iran rejects weapons of mass destruction based on its belief system, its religious belief system, as well as its ethical standpoint.
There are many people inside Iran who say, "We don't have enough to eat. Why do we need a nuclear bomb?"
I still remember, as a kid, tying a yellow ribbon around a tree in front of my house during the 444 days that Iran held 52 Americans hostage. Iran is not a place we should be doing business with.
The day we run out of petrol is the day Iran will be free.
In Iran, as in all developing countries, they wanted to copy the outside world, without knowing what was good for our own country.
I think that Iran with a nuclear weapon is extremely destabilizing. I think it could precipitate a nuclear arms race in the region.