NCRI – “Historical experiences make it necessary for the diplomatic apparatus of our country to carefully and skeptically monitor the behavior of White House officials so that the righteous demands of our nation are recognized and respected by those who favor interaction,” an IRGC statement said.
It added the IRGC would support initiatives that were in line with national interests and strategies set forth by Iran’s theocratic leader and highest authority, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Meanwhile, Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian regime’s regime said on Sunday that Western governments must recognize his regime’s ‘right to enrich uranium’ in any nuclear deal.
White House national security spokesman Ben Rhodes said Washington was waiting for more concrete evidence that Iran was ready to make concessions.
“We’ve always made clear that we’ll make judgments based on the actions of the Iranian government not just on their words,” he said.
Rouhani’s comments, at an annual military parade, came on the eve of his departure for the UN General Assembly in New York.
Thousands of Iranian-Americans & human rights advocates planning to protest his visist to the UN.
They outlined his record since taking office as president:
Executed 170 people since his election and oversaw two deadly attacks on Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashrag Iraq;
Colluded with Iraq to massacre 52 unarmed refugee sat Camp Ashraf, Iraq, on September 1;
Boasted of deceiving the international community while advancing the nuclear weapons program;
Continued to provide military and financial support for Bashar Assad’s regime.
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