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US Blaming Iran to  Cover Up Systemic Failures
US Blaming Iran to  Cover Up Systemic Failures
Wednesday, June 13, 2018

US Blaming Iran to Cover Up Systemic Failures

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

US Blaming Iran to Cover Up Systemic Failures

The United States is pointing the finger of blame at Iran to cover up its pattern of blunders that have wreaked havoc in the Middle East, according to Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations, Gholamali Khoshroo.  “The failures, or lack of policies, of the US, which violate international law, have left the Middle East in total chaos,” he said in remarks published in the Truthdig website on June 10. 
“The United States, to cover up these aggressive, reckless and costly policies, blames Iran. Iran is blamed for US failures in Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Lebanon,” he said, according to the article entitled “Scapegoating Iran”. The envoy believes that the administration of President Donald Trump is very “naive” about the Middle East and Iran.

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