Ahmadinejad warns West to end 'bullying' or face 'defeat'

January 4, 2011 13:43


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad on Tuesday called on the West to change its treatment of other nations or face "defeat and humiliation," Press TV reported.

“Put an end to occupations and bullying. Respect other nations and their rights. Stop aggression and invasion … In doing so, nations will forgive you and give you an opportunity to make up for your past errors and heinous crimes,” Ahmadinejad said while addressing a crowd in the province of Semnan.

"You should know that the continuation of your past trend will yield no result for you but further defeat and humiliation," he added.

"You must accept that you have … committed mistakes, that you have taken a deviant path. You need to return from that path and scrap your dominance over some parts of the world,” Ahmadinejad said.

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