Heartliner Ibrahim Raisi was elected President of Iran with a historically low turnout. Israel warns of expanding Tehran’s nuclear program and strikes hard at Raisi.
Israel has strongly criticized the election of hardline Ebrahim Raisi as President of Iran. “Iran’s new president, known as Tehran’s butcher, is a terrorist responsible for the deaths of thousands of Iranians,” Israel’s new foreign minister, Jair Labid, said on Twitter on Saturday. “He is committed to the regime’s nuclear ambitions and its global terrorist campaign.”
Israel also warns of expanding Iran’s nuclear program. Israeli Foreign Office spokesman Lior Hayat wrote on Saturday on the online service Twitter that Iran has chosen “its most extremist president to date,” along with Rice. Raisi is campaigning for Iran’s “military nuclear program.” His election therefore explains Iran’s “malicious intentions.” The international community should be “very concerned”.
Israel firmly rejects the international nuclear deal with Iran, the revival of which is currently being negotiated in Vienna. The Israeli government has accused Iran of trying to build a nuclear bomb. Tehran denies the allegations.
Putin greets Rice with “traditionally friendly words.”
Judge and conservative clergyman Rice win by majority after president on Saturday Hassan Rouhani Elected and will replace it in early August. As one of four Sharia judges, Raisi oversaw the execution of thousands of political prisoners in 1988. According to official figures, Raisi received nearly 62 percent of the vote in Friday’s election. The turnout in the Iranian presidential election was 48.8 percent lower than before.
President of Russia Vladimir Putin Raisi congratulated him on his election victory. Putin said relations between Russia and Iran were “traditionally friendly.” Rice’s election will now help expand “constructive bilateral cooperation in many areas and our partnership in international affairs.”
Even the rulers of Syria Bashar al-Assad He sent his “best wishes” to Rice and wished her success in her new role. Assad referred to the “external pressure” that Raisi had to lead his country’s wealth.
And the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan Congratulations to Raisi for being selected and volunteering to work with him. Erdogan therefore hopes that cooperation between Turkey and Iran will increase.