Desperate Netanyahu trying to intrigue world leaders

Tehran, July 13, IRNA – Prime Minister of the Zionist regime who is terribly frightened by a possible nuclear agreement between Iran and the world big powers tried to intrigue Western states by saying they are “caving” into Iran.

In his latest hopeless attempt to stop resolving the nuclear issue between world powers and Iran, Benjamin Netanyahu has said that the Western powers are ‘caving’ into Iran even as the Islamic Republic keeps railing against them.

He made the remarks in an address to the Zionist regime’s ministers while admitting that he feared what he said is the increasing power of Iran following its nuclear deal with the Group 5+1 countries (US, Britain, Russia, China and France plus Germany).

Referring to the comments made by the Iranian leaders on the occasion of the International Quds Day (marked on July 10 by world Muslims), Netanyahu said remarks made by the Iranian leaders have indicated that Tehran will continue its policies with no change.

“Iran does not hide its intentions,’ said the terrified Zionist leader.

He also commented on a recent call made by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei during a meeting with a group of Iranian university students.

Addressing the Iranian students, Ayatollah Khamenei referred to the US as the ‘most complete example of arrogance’ and urged them

“The fight against arrogance and hegemonic system, based on Quranic principles, will never stop.’

“The fight against arrogance is among principles of the revolution and is a main activity, [and] therefore, prepare yourselves to continue the fight against arrogance” regardless of the outcome of the nuclear talks, added the Leader.

The breathtaking nuclear talks in Vienna are in their final stages while the Iranian and world’s sextet powers are working around the clock to nail down an agreement, finally bringing to an end a 12-year nuclear dispute.

The talks have already gone past four deadlines.

Despite media speculations that an agreement is imminent, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Sunday told reporters from his balcony at the Vienna-based Palais Coburg that more work was needed on Monday to close a deal.

Zarif also dismissed the possibility of any further extension of the talks by saying there would be ‘no extension.’