News ID: 105744
Publish Date : 14 August 2022 - 21:26

TEHRAN -- Iran’s Foreign
Minister Hussein Amir-Abdollahian has warned the United States against using the language of force when addressing the Iranian nation.
Amir-Abdollahian made the remarks in a late Saturday tweet in apparent reaction to recent accusations leveled against Iran by the U.S. about a fictional plot to kill the former President Donald Trump’s national security advisor John Bolton.
“History ought to have taught the U.S. that language of threat against Iran and Iranians achieves nothing,” Iran’s top diplomat tweeted.
He added, “Futile attempts at deflection won’t allow the U.S. to evade responsibility for the thousands of Iranian and other victims of its involvement in terrorist crimes in our region.”
The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday charged a man identified as Shahram Poursafi with trying to arrange the killing of Bolton in retaliation for the January 2020 U.S. airstrike that martyred Iran’s legendary anti-terror commander Lieutenant Gen. Qasem Soleimani.
Bolton has been a staunch supporter of the assassination of the top Iranian general. He also endorses the anti-Iran terrorist group, Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO), which is infamous for fabricating scenarios in Europe and the US to incriminate Iranian officials. The group is also responsible for numerous acts of terror against Iranian people and officials and is known to be responsible for killing thousands of innocent Iranians.
In the latest scenario, Poursafi has been cited as a member of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps who attempted to pay individuals in the United States in October 2021 a reward of $300,000 to carry out the plot in either Washington, DC, or Maryland.

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