U.S. a Loser In Pub­lic Diplo­macy

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Tehran’s pro­vi­sional Fri­day prayers leader high­lighted the US’ suc­ces­sive de­feats in the face-off with the Is­lamic Repub­lic, say­ing Wash­ing­ton has emerged the loser even in the pub­lic diplo­macy arena.

Ad­dress­ing wor­ship­pers in Tehran on Fri­day, Ay­a­tol­lah Kazem Sed­diqi said the US has lost its in­flu­ence in the world and suf­fered de­feats in the pub­lic diplo­macy sphere.

The global ha­tred of the U.S. has mounted, while Iran’s pop­u­lar­ity has soared by the ex­pan­sion of the axis of re­sis­tance front and the de­feat of the Daesh (ISIL) ter­ror­ist group, the cleric added.

“Over the past 40 years, the U.S. has at­tacked us, im­posed the (1980s) war on us, and waged any pro­pa­ganda and eco­nomic war against us that they could, but in this en­counter, the real vic­tor has been the Ira­nian peo­ple and the Is­lamic Rev­o­lu­tion,” Ay­a­tol­lah Sed­diqi stated, adding that Iran’s re­gional in­flu­ence is also grow­ing.

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