Israel, USA Plans To Attack Within Next 3 Months, Iranian President Says

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the United States and Israel plan to attack two countries in the Middle East as part of a conspiracy to apply pressure on Iran. This exclusive interview with Mr. Ahmadinejad, done by Press TV, is an absolute “Must See.”

“They plan to attack at least two countries in the region within the next three months.”

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad


“We have precise information that the Americans have devised a plot, according to which they seek to launch a psychological war on Iran,” Ahmadinejad stated in an exclusive interview with Press TV, Monday. “They plan to attack at least two countries in the region within the next three months,” he added.

He said the US seeks to achieve two main objectives with the scheme.

“First of all, they want to hamper Iran’s progress and development since they are opposed to our growth, and secondly they want to save the Zionist regime because it has reached a dead-end and the Zionists believe they can be saved through a military confrontation,” Ahmadinejad explained.

He also advised US President Barack Obama not to follow the policies of George W. Bush.

In addition, he warned Russian officials to avoid playing into the hands of Washington because that would go against their national interests.

US Expansion Of War In Middle East Imminent

Commenting on the nuclear issue, Ahmadinejad said Iran will resume nuclear talks with the West in September, adding that Iran wants Turkey and Brazil to participate in the negotiation.

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