TEHRAN, IRAN: Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif pronounced on Thursday that US President Donald Trump’s greeting to a lethal Islamic State organisation attacks in Tehran was “repugnant”.
“Repugnant WH (White House) statement… as Iranians opposite apprehension corroborated by US clients,” Zarif tweeted.
He was responding to Trump’s critique that “states that unite terrorism risk descending plant to a immorality they promote”.
Thirteen people were killed and some-more than 40 bleeding in a attacks on Tehran’s council formidable and a tabernacle of insubordinate personality Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, a initial claimed by IS in Iran.
Trump has prolonged indicted Iran of subsidy terrorism and has threatened to rip adult a 2015 chief understanding between Tehran and vital powers.
Even as Washington voiced a condolences on Wednesday, a US Senate modernized legislation that would levy new sanctions on Iran, partly for what a check described as a Iranian regime’s “support for acts of general terrorism”.
Iranian confidence officials opposite that it is their informal opposition Saudi Arabia – a tighten US fan – that is obliged for appropriation and swelling a extremism that underpins IS.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards indicted Riyadh and Washington of being “involved” in Wednesday’s attacks and vowed revenge.
Trump’s comments also brought critique from Iranians on amicable media, who removed their government’s offers of support and a candlelight vigils hold in Iran after a attacks of Sep 11, 2001.