Ahmadinejad expects spread of the riots to other parts of the world
Amid the ongoing violent crackdown on the popular revolt in Libya, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has urged Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi to meet public demand. Ahmadinejad addressed leaders of countries who replied the popular revolutions “with a bullet” and said, “I highly recommend leaders of these countries to let their people express their words and that they should follow public views,” IRNA reported Wednesday.
He expressed his outrage at “bad behavior of the Libyan government towards the people” and added, “All should yield to demands of their own nation. Otherwise, the outcome is already clear.”
The Iranian leader warned that resistance against demands of a nation would result in no achievement, stressing world leaders to “hear the voice of their people.”
Ahmadinejad also predicted that the world is on threshold of “great developments” which would happen across the world. However, the Iranian president emphasized that such developments require the establishment of a “fair world order”, which respects the rights and dignity of all humans and puts an end to aggression and occupation.
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