Hojjatoleslam Kazem Sedighi, interim Friday Prayer Leader for Tehran, believes ineffective Western sanctions on Iran cannot disturb this country to accomplish its goals.
“Iran has made sanctions a chance to be self-sufficient and is predicted to be more consistent and united, if foreclosures increase from the West on Iran.” Kazem Sedighi said during the sermon on Friday. “Sanctions against Iran will cause more pressure on Western countries.” He added.
The speaker cited the victory of the candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood party, Mohammed Mursi, in the presidential elections in Egypt has been another result of the Islamic awakening. In his view, Egypt’s presidential elections have led a message to other nations, which shows that all dictators awaits the fate of the former dictator Hosni Mubarak and United States along with other foreign powers may not support them in their desire to stay in power.
Hojjatoleslam Kazem Sedighi asked Mohammed Mursi to cancel the Camp David agreement, agreed in 1978 between Egypt and Israel in Tel Aviv. He labeled this as the main demands of the Egyptian people and should be a priority for the new president.