Iran President Hassan Rouhani, flanked by nervous body guards,

arrives in Ahvaz, Khuzestan Province, for a speech on the Geneva

nuclear accord with the West.



President Rouhani: 'Nuclear Deal Means West's 'Effective Surrender' (Kayhan, Iran)


Has the West 'surrendered' on the issue of Iran's nuclear program? This news report from Iran's state-run Kayhan quotes Iran President Hassan Rouhani telling a crowd in the city of Ahvaz that the West has recognized Iran's right to a 'peaceful nuclear program' - which means its 'effective surrender' and the failure of its 'cruel' sanctions. The likelihood is, Rouhani is trying to win over hard liners with tough-sounding talk.


January 15, 2014


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Well-wishers rush President Rouhani's car as he arrives in Ahfaz, about 500 miles south of Tehran. The WHO says the city of 1.6 million is is the world's most polluted.


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TEHRAN: On Tuesday, President Hassan Rouhani praised the landmark nuclear deal struck in Geneva as a victory for his country, telling a crowd in Ahvaz, Khuzestan Province, this effectively means the "surrender" to Iranian demands of the Western powers.


The president said the nuclear deal between Tehran and the six world powers shows that the West has finally recognized the Islamic Republic’s right to peaceful nuclear technology.


"Our relationship with the world is based on Iranian national interests. In Geneva, the world powers agreed to surrender to the Iranian nation's will," Rouhani said. “The Geneva deal means that the world accepts the peaceful technology we have achieved through the efforts of our young (Iranian) scientists,” he said.

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“The Geneva agreement means acceptance of the Iranian nation’s nuclear rights and the defeat of its cruel sanctions.”


The president emphasized that the nuclear deal proves that the unfair sanctions imposed on peace-loving Iranian nation have failed. He further vowed to defend the nation’s interests and strongly protect the country.


Rouhani said that the landmark nuclear deal is a prelude to removing unilateral sanctions imposed against Iran over recent years, describing them as "unjust."


On Monday, Foreign Minister Muhammad Javad Zarif said that the nuclear agreement is in line with the interests of the entire region.


“I assure you that our agreements in Geneva to resolve the nuclear issue is certainly in line with the good of the entire region,” Zarif said during a meeting with Lebanese figures at the Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut.


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Zarif, who is currently on a regional tour, said, “We hope this agreement has deterred looming conflict and tension in the region, and deprived the Zionist enemy of one of its central levers for exercising pressure on this region.”


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