Israel Afraid of Votes, Prefers Terrorism: Iran’s President
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The Zionist regime of Israel is afraid of ballot boxes, because it knows that terrorist inclinations, in every shape, lack public support, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said.Yes, someone who was one of eight handpicked approved candidates for election out of 680 registered candidates is lecturing Israel about democracy.
Terrorist activities, carried out either by organizations, regimes or bigots with false beliefs, have one thing in common, that is, lack of public support, Rouhani said in an address to the Second International Congress of 17,000 Iranian Terror Victims, in Tehran on Monday.
“Those (terrorist) individuals and groups have no popularity among the nations,” he stressed, adding that they cannot win people’s votes, which is why the Zionist regime of Israel is afraid of ballots and prefers intimidation and terrorism.
Terrorists have a great fear of votes and view their demise in ballot boxes, the president stated.
...Elsewhere in his remarks, the president reaffirmed Iran’s support for counterterrorism efforts.
He reassured the countries that grapple with the scourge of terrorism, such as Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Yemen, of Iran’s continued support and backing for the oppressed.
Rouhani further stressed that Iran has been a victim of terrorism backed by Western powers and the Zionist regime of Israel.
The president of the nation behind Hezbollah and numerous terror attacks worldwide, who funds terrorist groups, is lecturing Israel about being terrorist.
Rouhani says that people don't vote for terrorists when Hamas won the last Palestinian elections.
He should start a sitcom.