Ahmadinejad slams his rivals
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Wednesday that enemies want to take revenge on the Iranian nation because of the outcome of the previous elections. "Their (enemies) problem and target is not Ahmadinejad; rather, they want to take revenge on the nation because Iranian nation's sin was their new choice in the previous elections, thus breaking the closed circuit and prohibited zone and saying a big 'no' to arrogant and corrupt individuals," Ahmadinejad told his supporters and in Tehran's Azadi Square.
Quoted by IRNA, Ahmadinejad warned that the ill-wishers of the nation have now come to the scene to take revenge on the people. The Iranian leader said that with God's grace, the nation will on June 12 say yet a 'bigger no' to the enemies, thus throwing them to the abyss of history.
Elsewhere in his remarks, President Ahmadinejad criticized his elections rivals for vilifying and leveling accusations against him, saying he will in a 45-minute TV program respond to all charges against him.