Iranian President Hassan Rouhani threatened President Trump in his remarks late last week.


President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Dr. Hassan Rouhani made explicit remarks against US President Donald Trump at the meeting of the heads of Iranian missions abroad.

He said, “Iran’s power is deterrent and we have no fight or war with anybody but the enemies must understand well that war with Iran is the mother of all wars and peace with Iran is the mother of all peace. We have never been intimidated and will respond threat with threat”.

At the meeting that was held on Sunday, Dr. Rouhani added, “Today, speaking with US has no meaning except surrender and end of people’s achievements. Mr. Trump! We are the people of dignity and guarantor of security of the waterway of the region throughout the history. Don’t play with the lion’s tail; you will regret it”.

Trump took to Twitter to respond

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2 thoughts on “Rouhani: Mr. Trump! ‘Don’t play with the lion’s tail; you will regret it’”

  1. Iran’s mullah’s and Republican Guard are getting desperate with the constant rioting and anti Muslim behavior of Iranian youth and even older Iranians. The Iranian leadership is unsuccessfully trying to blame it’s financial bankruptcy, water/food shortages, and social problems and social breakdown on the Judeo/Christian West. According to the Iranians the US and Israel have and are using their cloud stealing technology to cause a devastating drought in water poor Iran. According to the mullah’s the Iranian finance ministry was forced to confiscate practically the money in Iranian pension funds without first notifying the pension holders of the massive robbery they committed. Iran is becoming less stable daily, the elderly radical Islamic leaders are totally out of touch with the Iranian citizens they oppress and they are also getting sick and old. This could mean a moderation of Iran’s domestic and international policies or it could mean the heavy bloody hand of Republican Guard repression that would make the revolution that ousted the Shah of Iran look like a picnic in the park.

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