Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Iran’s Interference in Yemen “Baseless” – Foreign Ministry

Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast called U.S. allegation of Iran’s interference in Yemen as “baseless.”

“These baseless and unfounded remarks are aimed at leveling accusations at our country and creating a rift among regional countries,” Mehmanparast said. (IRNA/Press TV, 15 January)

U.S. Ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein on Sunday accused Iran of interfering in Yemen’s domestic affairs.

File photo: Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast (IRNA)


Anonymous said...

Ha Ha Ha! Maymoonparast was the one who had a good hiding in New York.

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile the Gulf Co-Operation Countries, EU (and by extension, NATO) + Turkey has their dirty fingerprints all over Syria. Iran shouldn't be demonized by those hypocrites.

Anonymous said...

Really? How about the Islamic regimes "dirty fingerprints" all over Syria?

Anonymous said...

Hah, Big difference! Iran is helping the Syrian defenders to maintain their integrity & sovereignity by supporting the Syrian Armed Forces, giving them the tools to repell & expell those foreign Jihadis. The ones on the other side are in the bussiness of orchestrating this synthetic aggressive invasion and infiltration of Syrian territory. I will always condemn the aggressor who certainly has an agenda which they are trying to realize without taking into consideration the daily lives of the countrys' population which they are in the work of disturbing & distrupting because they feel that their own selfish goals are more important.

What happened to the will & opinion of the Syrian people?

It's not about what the Mullahs want, It's not about what Erdogan want, It's not about what the European leaders want, It's not about what the Arab shieks want...but what matters is what the Syrian people want, their wishes, their decision!

If the "International community" would like to see someone else take over power in Syria, then they need to tell those who planned and concocted this invasion to order their fighters to lay down their arms, and enter a dialogue. The only righteous way is to let the Syrian people (23 million) vote in free & fair elections monitored by the UN, only then will we see the rightfull political entity emerge to lead the Syrian people into the future. Assad has stated oficially that he will step down if the votes are not in his favor, because everything was done in a correct & legal manner.

Anonymous said...

18 July 2012

Yemen arrests prompt president's warning to Iran

President Hadi has threatened to embarrass Iran with details of the alleged spy ring

Yemen's interior ministry has announced it has arrested members of an alleged Iranian-led spy ring.

The spy ring operated in the Horn of Africa with the operations centre in Sanaa and was headed by a former member of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, it said.

Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi later warned Iran to "leave Yemen to mind its own affairs".

Anonymous said...

>>>What happened to the will & opinion of the Syrian people?<<<

Assad made sure that they could not be heard, just like Iran's leaders ensure that any difference of opinion with them cannot be heard, go directly to jail!!!

Syria has never had a free and fair election....but you already know that...don't you.


Anonymous said...

Anon 5:27 PM

The Syrian people don't want Assad and his regime.
Why don't you get that into your thick skull?

Anon 6:53 PM

I totally agree with you.

Anonymous said...

And they say that the government can't afford to house the earthquake victims.Yet they spend millions on the Palestinians and Hezbollah as well as Assad's regime.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:17, You are an absolute imbecile if you can't stand rationality and logic as outlined by Anon 5:27. Also, your views/expressions are utterly nonsensical as well as worthless, besides you haven't contributed any reasonable thoughts to this blog anyways other than Ad Hominem against other commentators -- your forte in life!

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:13 AM

If you think being an "imbecile" by not agreeing with Anon 5:27 views supporting a mass murderers like Assad's regime,then you are a far greater "imbecile" in supporting his cretinous views as well as Assad's murderous regime!

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:13 AM,what reasonable thoughts and contributions have you provided except bad mouthing me and others who want to see the back of this anti Iranian regime which you fully support?
You're only forte in life is perpetual lying for the regime!