Iranian President Rouhani says Israel supports ISIS
Iranian President Rouhani says Israel supports ISIS and provides their injured hunters and makes weapons available to them & # 39;
- Hassan Rouhani accused Israel of & # 39; terrorism & # 39; and insisted that Iran bring & # 39; peace & # 39;
- He claimed that injured ISIS hunters had been treated in Israeli hospitals
- Rouhani is in New York for this week's meeting of leaders of the UN General Assembly
Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani has claimed that Israel supports ISIS and takes care of their wounded hunters & # 39 ;.
Rouhani, who is in New York this week for the UN General Assembly, claimed that there is no terrorism around the world corresponding to the activities of Israel & # 39; and insisted that & # 39; Iran is a country that brought peace to the region & # 39 ;.
Speak against Fox news in an interview broadcast yesterday evening, he claimed that Israel had treated ISIS jihadists in hospitals and provided the terrorist group with Israeli weapons.
He also focused on Washington to fund the Saudi Arabian-led coalition in the war in Yemen, which killed tens of thousands of people.
Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani talks to Chris Wallace of Fox News in an interview broadcast yesterday evening in which Rouhani accused Israel of supporting ISIS
& # 39; Israel is the country that takes care of the wounded ISIS hunters and they make their weapons available, & # 39; said Rouhani.
Challenged by that statement, he continued: “Certainly, are you in doubt? Do you want to see the proof?
& # 39; You should visit Israeli hospitals and see the wounded ISIS war fighters how they are being cared for.
& # 39; You should see the weapons of ISIS hunters and see that they were made by Israel.
& # 39; The challenge is that American media sometimes doesn't reveal the truth to the American public and that they only receive the news from one specific point of view or channel if you want.
& # 39; That's why the Americans are frankly not very well aware of the reality in our region.
Rouhani, photo right meeting with European leaders Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron yesterday, is expected to speak at the UN General Assembly today
& # 39; If the American people knew that so many Yemenis are being killed innocently every day with their money and their weapon systems, they would not remain silent. & # 39;
Under pressure on his country's ties with Hamas and Hezbollah, Rouhani said: & You label people fighting for the country and their country as terrorism.
& # 39; Those who are the subject of occupation, what should they do? Be passive and just watch? & # 39;
& # 39; You defend an Israel whose basis is based on attacks on and attacks on the rights of others.
& # 39; Everyday (Israel) has targeted the people of Palestine, Lebanon, and most recently even Iraq and Syria.
& # 39; There is no terrorism worldwide that matches the activities of Israel. & # 39;
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (photo) has chosen a hard line against Iran, although he is now faced with a struggle to stay in power at home
Tensions between Iran and Israel have increased in recent weeks, with Israel increasingly carrying out public air attacks against Iran-backed troops in Syria.
Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu has chosen a hard line in the run-up to his country's recent elections and Israeli forces have been very alert.
Israel sees Iran as the biggest threat, and last year Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal praised and re-imposed sanctions.
Netanyahu, however, is confronted at home with a struggle for its own political survival after the elections ended in a stalemate last week.
Rouhani also denied American claims that Iran was behind a drone attack on Saudi oil facilities earlier this month, causing tensions to rise again.
The Iranian leader is expected to speak to the UN today in the midst of fading hopes of a breakthrough in Tehran's nuclear impasse with Washington.
Iran has scaled back its obligations under the 2015 pact since Trump again imposed sanctions last year.
Rouhani said he would consider meeting Trump if the sanctions were lifted, but Trump announced an increase in sanctions against Iran last week.
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