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He also said that his nation doesn't need anyone's approval to build missiles - an obvious shot at the United States and attempt to answer conservative critics who claims he's too close to the West after negotiating the nuclear agreement.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad filed to run in Iran's upcoming presidential election, defying the wishes of the country's supreme leader that he not seek to return to the office.
"We will not take permission from any country or worldwide organization to develop our conventional defense power and we will confront any foreign interference in the defense affairs, including the Islamic Republic of Iran's missile power", Shamkhani said. "The stepmothers who repeatedly tried to kill this baby can not be good custodians for it".
So far Ahmadinejad has refrained from repeating the harshest of his earlier political statements, including calls for destruction of Israel and challenging the scale of the Holocaust. "They need to come up with a figure and say he is very risky".
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"If he were risky, he would not have $70 billion of assets". "In his dreams he might envision a sort of Putin-Medvedev interplay, where he or one of his aides can hold power", Taraghi said of Ahmadinejad. 6- Believer and committed to the Islamic Republic of Iran's fundamentals and also official religion of the country.
"In every aspect that you consider, figures tell us that after the (nuclear deal), there is more space for movement and progress", he told reporters last week.
"The nuclear deal is a legal document and a pact". Both parties have represented it in such a way as if it can solve all the issues of human history.
Ahmadinejad's candidacy has left many inside Iran scratching their heads. In fact, however, it was probable that he could give way to his political colleague, former Vice-President Hamid Baghaee, to run on his platform, although there seems little likelihood that the Ahmadinejad camp could win. Ultimate authority rests with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has accused the West of using women as a tool to advertise products and satisfy "disorderly and unlawful sexual needs". Just when it appeared Ahmadinejad would be leaving, he turned around and returned to the Interior Ministry's registration desk, pulling out his identification documents with a flourish in front of a melee of shouting journalists.
He is considered a close ally of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who past year appointed him to run the powerful charity-cum-business-empire Astan Qods Razavi (AQR), which oversees the Imam Reza shrine in the holy city of Mashhad.
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