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On this Tuesday, September 23 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex
breaks down President Obama's historic decision to unconstitutionally
carry out airstrikes against Syria, under the guise of fighting ISIS,
without a declaration of war from Congress as the planet hurdles closer
to an all-out world war. Alex will also discuss "Khorosan," the
government's latest terrorism poster child, and their alleged plans to
carry out terror attacks within the U.S. Then, Alex will be joined by
legal analyst and commentator Lionel to cover "hydroimperialism," the
elites move to hoard and control water supplies on multiple continents,
as well as the ongoing conflicts overseas. Alex will also take your
calls on today's worldwide broadcast.
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Speaking on Tuesday in a meeting with directors of US media in New York, Rouhani said the airstrikes were violation of international laws.
US, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates began launching airstrikes on the ISIL targets in Syria on Monday.
Using a mix of manned aircraft -fighter jets and bombers- plus Tomahawk cruise missiles, the strikes were part of the expanded military campaign that US President Barack Obama authorized nearly two weeks ago in order to disrupt and destroy the ISIL militants.
The Iranian chief executive questioned Washington's contradictory conduct regarding terrorists in Syria.
"Is it not paradoxical that a country (the US) says it wants to fight a terrorist group in Syria (on the one hand) but on the other hand creates armed terrorist groups to fight the central government (in Syria)?" Rouhani wondered .
He underlined that such an approach will "definitely not end in success".
Asked how terrorism should be dealt with in Syria, the Iranian president said that first of all stability should be restored in the country "which is not possible without helping the central government".
He reiterated that terrorism should be uprooted and ground should be prepared for the return of Syrian refugees to their country.
"Combating terrorism should be done within the framework of international law and respect for the sovereignty of governments. Any measure taken outside this framework and any double-standard approach in the fight against terrorism will only worsen the region's problems, "he said on Tuesday in a meeting with director of Swiss Foreign Ministry's Middle East and North Africa Division Wolfgang Amadeus Bruelhart.
Amir Abdollahian referred to adopting biased approaches toward terrorism as a strategic mistake, and said repeating the past mistakes in fighting terrorism will not help boost the region's stability and security but will lead to bolstering terrorists.
His comments came after the US, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates began launching airstrikes on the ISIL targets in Syria on Monday.
Bruelhart in his meeting with Amir Abdollahian highlighted Iran's positive role in the region, and said Tehran and Bern have had constructive cooperation on regional developments, especially those in Syria, during the past few years.