Ahmadinejad: Israel reached end of the way
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Friday that Zionist regime's recent crimes stem from its anger. "Zionists know pretty well that they are at the end of their way and life," Ahmadinejad told reporters prior to this week's Friday prayers congregation and on the sidelines of Tehranis' anti-Zionist rallies.
Ahmadinejad said Zionists' crimes, especially their recent Gaza crimes, and their pressures and unusual behaviors show that they are angry of knowing the fact.
Condemning Zionist regime's recent crimes, the Iranian leader said disgraced Zionists are today busy continuing their crimes in the case of the oppressed Palestinian nation and piling up pressure on them. He added that Zionists have forgotten philosphy of their existence and lost their motivation and integrity.
"Today, the world corrupt powers, who are also among main supporters and allies of Zionists, are in a destabilized position due to continued support for them (Zionists)," he said.
He noted that the "worn-out" regime's growing crimes should not be taken as sign of its increasing strength, power and progress, rather they testify its failure. "The presures are aimed to affect Palestinian people's resistance and gain a chance to improve their current destabilzied position."