Ahmadinejad: US, Israel are sowing rift among world nations

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November 22, 2012 09:21

 
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused Israel and the US late Wednesday evening of promoting their interests through "sowing rift among all the nations of the world," PressTV reported.

Speaking during a visit to Pakistan to attend a meeting of the Group of Eight Developing Countries, the Iranian president called for "the elimination of Zionism and the US colonialism."

Ahmadinejad criticized the "Zionist control" of the UN Security Council, the world's economic power and the world's media giants, and called the world's nations to unite in order to remove the Israeli and American "oppression," according to PressTV.

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