Khamenei: ‘We haven't seen any change’ in U.S. policy toward government
08-Jun-2009 (3 comments)

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei dismissed overtures from President Barack Obama on Saturday, saying Tehran does not see any change in U.S. policy under its new administration.Khamenei was responding to a video message Obama released Friday in which he reached out to Iran on the occasion of Nowruz, the Persian new year, and expressed hopes for an improvement in nearly 30 years of strained relations.

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Old news today?

by history (not verified) on

This is from March 21, 2009 , why is it featured as news now?!

Darius Kadivar

Your Right Kaveh Jaan ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Even the Acknowledgment of the so called CIA Coup by Obama is not enough for them to reconcile with the Great Satan ...

No Wonder They killed Bakhtiar and the Forouhars so what else is to expect from these bastards.

This Regime was, is and will be ILLEGITIMATE !

Keep up your interesting comments.

I'M A FAN ! ;0) 

Kaveh Nouraee

What do you expect?

by Kaveh Nouraee on

Only a complete jackass like Khamenei would say something as profoundly ignorant as that.

U.S. Policy hasn't changed? Obama is practically asking for the "honor of kissing their ass" and Khameni says he sees no change.

The only thing that's not changing is the kos-e-sher coming out of the mouth of that Arabparast.