Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned Arab countries against U.S. plots to sow divisions in the region and save Israel, the state-run Press TV reported on Tuesday.
“Their scheme is to save the Zionist regime, global arrogance and U.S. interests… the main enemies of nations are the U.S., its allies and the Zionist regime,” Ahmadinejad was quoted by Press TV as saying about the U.S.
The Iranian president accused Washington of supporting dictatorial regimes and said the U.S. had devised a scheme to sow divisions among Arab countries in the region in order to reach its objectives.
He also accused U.S. warmongering of being the reason for all the bloodshed in the region.
Criticizing the U.S. government, he asked, “What is the difference between a country ruled by one or two [dictators] for thirty to forty years and a country dominated by two parties for many years?”
Ahmadinejad vowed that a new Mideast will emerge without the existence of Israel nor U.S. influence.
“The world of colonialism is about to fall apart and nations will see the collapse of capitalism in the near future,” he was quoted as saying.