Iran Condemns Anniversary of 'Non-Zionist' Country Getting Nuked
NAGASAKI, Japan – Iran's top diplomat has spoken out on the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, condemning the "senseless" use of nuclear weapons against a "non-Zionist country."
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zari made his remarks at a remembrance ceremony in Nagasaki, which he attended as an "observer of peace, as well as lingering bomb damage assessment." He had just returned from Switzerland, where he concluded the Iranian nuclear agreement before acquiring a solid gold Lexus.
"Truly these atomic bombings of non-Zionist individuals were a crime without parallel," Zari said. "No country that is not both east of the Sinai and west of the Jordan should ever have nuclear weapons dropped on it."
"Even if America has not learned from its mistakes, Iran vows that never again will nuclear weapons be dropped on non-Zionist cities and non-Zionist peoples!" he added.
Zari further condemned the "selfish" United States, which he claimed continued to cover up vital i…
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