Ahmadinejad: Zionism has lost its philosophy of existence

August 21, 2008 - 0:0

TEHRAN (IRNA) -- President Mahmud Ahmadinejad here on Wednesday advised the leaders of European countries and the U.S. not to yield to the Zionists' demands and never count on their support because ""We will witness dismantling of the corrupt regime in a very near future.""

President Ahmadinejad made the remarks in the sixth conference held on the occasion of ""World Mosque Week"" in Tehran.
Mosques and Friday prayers sermons are all aimed at organizing political and social developments in Islam, he said.
Mosques play pivotal role in connecting man with his Creator and no organization in the world can play such a significant role, he said.
The 9th government pays due attention to the significant role of mosques in the society, said President Ahmadinejad.
Referring to the Zionist regime, President Ahmadinejad described it as the main cause of all corruption and wickedness in the contemporary era, adding that the Zionism is the most complicated political and social scheme which has ever taken place.
The writers in the West accept the fact that supporting the Holocaust is tantamount to backing the identity of the Zionists, he underlined.
The Zionists who administer the affairs are not high in number but they have adopted a very complicated method in the world, he said.
Zionists are the most isolated group in the world but through media propaganda they try to indicate that it is others that are isolated, he said.
Leaders of western countries and the U.S. are now doubtful about the identity of the Zionists, said President Ahmadinejad, adding ""We will witness dismantling of the corrupt regime in the near future.""
Zionism has lost its philosophy of existence because they dreamed of seizing Nile to Euphrates but they have been urged to build a wall around themselves.
The president lauded invaluable achievements of the 9th government and said his government will spare no effort to meet the country's demands.