We have no problems with Jews, and highly respect Judaism as a holy religion.
Iran has no physical presence in Palestine, and all we do is aid the Palestinians spiritually, ideologically and medically.
This is a sensitive issue. We cannot give up our rights. No Iranian will be ready to give up our rights, and they should know that we will remain firm.
If (the West) shows its rigidity by making unjust decisions and putting their threats into practice, the Iranian people will not be the only ones to pay the price.
Iran is determined to use peaceful nuclear technology and no intimidation or threat can make us give it up.
They want to deprive Islamic nations of having nuclear energy knowledge and always keep them backwards.
With wisdom we will get our rights, and if they create any trouble for us, they will regret it in the end and Iran will emerge triumphant.
Passing a tough resolution or threatening Iran will not bring about the desired outcome.
If you (the Europeans) are really honest and worried that Iran may obtain nuclear weapons, there are better ways to gain confidence.
Threats and unilateralism will be futile and rather make the situation more difficult for negotiators of both sides.
I have no idea what the U.S. intends to do further there and what would be the reaction of the Iraqi people. I only know that the sole option is to leave Iraq to the Iraqi people.
The important matter is freedom. When the people choose what they want, it is good for them and for us.
The problem is that the Iraqi people are facing atrocities from both sides - Zarqawi and also the American troops at times. The Zarqawi groups uses car bombs, the Americans use other bombs. You also know what they do in the prisons.
We don't have any bad memories of the people of the United States.
We want all the Palestinians back in their homeland, and then there can be a fair referendum for people to choose the form of state they want. Whoever gets the majority can rule.