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Iranian Foreign Minister: Israel Needs to Stop Misleading Everybody

Above a chryon reading “Can Iran Be Trusted?” on This Week, Iranian foreign minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said Israel “should not have the audacity to continue to lie to the American people and to the world and to mislead everybody.” Zarif also said Israel is responsible for the region’s instability.

In the wide-ranging interview, the nation’s top nuclear negotiator continued by invoking Nelson Mandela and delving into his nation’s historical distrust of the United States.

“We are willing to show flexibility, not forget that — we may be willing to forgive, as President Mandela said once, but not forget,” he said. Watch here:

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