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Iran criticizes Obama’s anti-ISIS coalition plans

The spokeswoman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Marzieh Afkham.
The spokeswoman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Marzieh Afkham.

Tehran (Iraqinews.com) On Thursday, Iran said that the international coalition which is being formed to fight the organization of the Islamic State is “ambiguous.”

The spokeswoman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Marzieh Afkham said that there are a lot of doubts about the “seriousness and sincerity” of the members of the coalition in the fight against the real reasons behind what it called terrorism.

The Iranian news agency IRNA quoted on the official spokeswoman, who did not refer to the speech of President Barack Obama about his plan to fight ISIS, saying that some members of the international coalition” supports the terrorists in Iraq and Syria financially and militarily.”

Last week, Iranian Foreign Minister of Mohammad Javad Zarif accused the United States of not being serious in dealing with the threat of the organization ISIS. Iran accuses Washington and the Gulf states of supporting the “Jihadists” in reference to the Syrian armed opposition.

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