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Iran urges Trump to abandon indecent language in tweets

2 January 2018 17:02

 

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman on Tuesday condemned the insulting tweets by US President Donald Trump, and urged him to stop posting interventionist indecent posts on the Twitter.

It is better for President Trump to adopt as his model the credo used by used in the Persian tradition, i.e. good speech, good deeds, to earn the United States international respect, Bahram Qasemi said.

‘He recently described the Iranian people as a ‘terrorist nation’ and went on to provoke the national sentiments of the Iranian people both in the country and across the world and caused a fury among them by adopting a fabricated name to refer to the Persian Gulf,’ he said.

Even today, the US president uses insulting words to address the Iranian people, a nation with several thousand years of history and a rich influential culture in the world civilization, the Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

‘No doubt, such an approach by Trump will draw reactions on the side of the dignified people of Iran all across the world,’ Qasemi said.

He advised President Trump not to waste his time by posting useless and insulting tweets to address people and nations.

‘It is better for him to try to address the US internal issues like the murder of scores killed on a daily basis in the United States during armed clashes and shootings as well as millions of the homeless and hungry people in the country, he said.

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