Beating his much worn big-Satan, little-Satan drums Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad condemned the United States and Israel for "hatching plots to exercise a compromise plan in the Middle East," the Fares news agency reported Saturday.
Ahmadinijad further cautioned Washington was "seeking to persuade other countries to recognize the Zionist regime," saying such recognition would destabilize the entire region.
"If we succeed in vanquishing the enemy in its plan, colonialism will fail forever...this is a historical battle," Ahmadinejad told reporters.
He also reiterated assertion from early last week that "the Zionist regime has become shaky and should go."
Ahmadinijad's comments came as Hizbullah's al-Manar newspaper reported IAF fighters were seen in Qatar last week. Qatar is less than 250 miles from Iran's nuclear plant at Bushehr, and less than 400 miles from its urianian enrichment facilities in Qoms.
Meanwhile, Mohsen Rezayee, secretary of Iran's Expediency Council, said that the West "lacks effective tools to impose effective sanctions and embargoes against Tehran."
"Actually, Iran is a big bite for the West which will stick to its throat and make it choke to death," Rezayee was quoted by Fares, adding, "I believe that sanctioning Iran is not possible for the westerners at all."
Rezayee said that his point was proven by the fact that 350 foreign companies participated in a recent trade conference in Iran. Iran is under four rounds of UN Security Council sanctions for refusing to end its uranium enrichment program.
Western nations, backed by the United Nations nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, say Iran is seeking nuclear weapons.