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Iran nuclear deal: Tehran threatens to 'shred' agreement if United States withdraws support

Iran nuclear deal: Tehran threatens to 'shred' agreement if United States withdraws support

"I donĀ“t want to waste my time on answering the rants and whoppers of the brute U.S. president", Khamenei said in a speech to students in Tehran, published on his Telegram channel.

"When Trump calls Iran "The Terrorist Nation", or distorts the 2,500 years of history the "Persian Gulf" has, by calling it the "Arabian Gulf", people realize that they are being targeted", he told euronews.

He has threatened to terminate the Obama-era agreement altogether.

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Reacting to President Trump's decertification of the nuclear deal and threats to walk away from it, Ayatollah Khamenei stressed that "if U.S. rips up the deal, Iran will tear it into shreds".

President Trump also accused Iran of "destabilising activities" in Syria, Yemen and Iraq, and imposed sanctions on the powerful Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC). If that were to happen, the USA would in effect be in violation of the terms. "We do not think it is acceptable for the Europeans to join America in its bullying".

Iran says it has the right to nuclear energy and insists its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes only.

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"Or if they ask, 'Why does Iran have missiles?' then our response is, 'Why do they have missiles and nuclear weapons?'" "It is a waste of time to respond to such a person".

The Leader further hit back at Trump's anti-Iran allegations and said US President Donald Trump shows stupidity, but this should not distract Iran from the Americans' deceitfulness.

He rejected suggestions, notably from French President Emmanuel Macron, that more negotiations were needed on Iran's ballistic missile program and regional operations. "Why do YOU have nuclear weapons?"

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In a speech on state TV, he said Tehran would stick to the agreement, but only as long as the other six signatories - the US, UK, Russia, France, China, and Germany - respected the deal.