US Needs to Change Destabilizing Policies

US Needs to Change Destabilizing Policies

Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan said instead of blaming others, the new US administration should change its destructive policies that led to the birth of the self-styled Islamic State terrorist group. Addressing a conference in Tehran on Tuesday, the defense chief urged the US administration to address the chaotic situation in its own society instead of criticizing and shifting the blame on other nations, Tasnim News Agency reported. "Washington had better halt policies that led to the creation of IS and caused insecurity and conflicts in the Middle East and other parts of the world," he said. Dehqan also took a swipe at Israel for its futile attempts to set up coalitions against Iran, stressing that such attempts will never force the Islamic Republic to abandon the policy of supporting the cause of Palestine and the liberation of Beit-ul-Moqaddas. 

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