Iranian Regime Refuses Cooperation For Peace In The Region!

Just three day after official visiting of French foreign minister to Iran, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said how Tehran refused any dialog with West about Iranian presence in the region. In his hard message, Khameni wrote: "It is our region. Why are you here?". Obviously, with regime like this, no peace for Middle East.

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They have strong influence in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon....And in some countries, like Syria, their coalition with Russia is threat for West and U.S. And, of course, Iranian regime don't want to step away: economic and geopolitical influence....

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Good intentions without action is meaningless. You can't claim that you disagree with the atrocities being committed, while in the other hand you don't do anything to stop them.

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When we talking about strong influence . ..  latest from Iraq  -The Iranian delegation led by VP Jahangiri was welcomed by Iraqi PM Abadi yesterday. Abadi later announced that Iran is committing $2 billion to Iraq's reconstruction, while a contract for Iran to supply 1,000 Megawatts of electricity to Iraq was extended by another year-

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6 hours ago, damirUSBiH said:

Just three day after official visiting of French foreign minister to Iran, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said how Tehran refused any dialog with West about Iranian presence in the region. In his hard message, Khameni wrote: "It is our region. Why are you here?". Obviously, with regime like this, no peace for Middle East.

certainly Iran has a point. what IS the west doing there ... I wonder

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Because everyone else in the region is so friendly and open to cooperation with Iran, starting with Saudi Arabia, right? It really is amazing what's wrong with these Iranians shunning the friendly hand offered them by Riyadh. After all, that's what the Saudis are doing in Yemen, isn't it? They are trying to hammer out a better future for the whole Middle East but the Iranians are getting in the way.

What does "Iranian presence in the region" mean? It is geographically there, it can't up and go just because someone doesn't like the way it does things. What is France doing there, indeed.

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