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War Backfiring on U.S., Khatami Says

October 6, 2018
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NEW YORK — On the eve of his first trip to Washington, former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami warned that U.S. military action in the Middle East has backfired, producing greater terrorism, imperiling the future of Iraq and damaging America’s long-term interests. (Washington Post — 7 September, 2006)
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WASHINGTON: On the eve of his first trip to the US capital, theformer Iranian president Mohammad Khatami warned that US militaryaction in the Middle East had backfired, producing greaterterrorism and damaging America’s long-term interests. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September, 2006)
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Amid noisy protests and tight security, former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami issued a call at the Washington National Cathedral yesterday for leaders in both the West and the Islamic world to launch a historic dialogue to “rescue life from the claws of the warmongers and violence-seekers and… (Washington Post — 9 September, 2006)
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U.S. foreign policy is furthering terrorism in the Muslim world, and negotiations are the only way to resolve the impasse over Iran’s nuclear ambitions, former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami told CNN while on a two-week visit to the United States. (CNN — 1 hour ago)
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Former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami criticized President George W. Bush in interviews published Tuesday, as he joined Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other leaders at the United Nations for a meeting of a group that promotes understanding between Western and Islamic states. (International Herald Tribune — 6 September, 2006)
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Dialogue and negotiation are the only ways to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue, but first “we have to eliminate the language of threat,” said former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami on Thursday, amid a two-week visit to the U.S. (CNN — 8 September, 2006)
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Mohammed Khatami, the most senior Iranian official to visit Washington since 1979, made the case for dialogue from virtually the doorstep of the White House. President Bush and his administration are not giving Khatami a warm reception. (MSNBC — 8 September, 2006)
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Iran’s hard-line president urged students Tuesday to push for a purge of liberal and secular university teachers, another sign of his determination to strengthen Islamic fundamentalism in the country. (International Herald Tribune — 6 September, 2006)
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