Ahmadinejad: IAF attack on Syria result of Zionist weakness

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February 5, 2013 00:36

 
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in an interview on Monday that the alleged Israeli attack in Syria is the result of Zionist "weakness."

In an interview with Lebanese channel Al-Mayadeen, Ahmadinejad voiced his aspirations to visit the Gaza Strip and pray in Jerusalem, adding that there is no separation between Palestinian factions for Iran, and that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is "always welcome" in Tehran.The Iranian president stated that Iran is always ready to assist the Palestinian people.



He also reiterated his country's position on the Syria crisis, stressing Syrian President Bashar Assad's fate must be in the hands of the Syrian people.

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