"They (the US) make daily efforts to conceive scenarios against Iran, and in this instance they accused Iran of terrorism, but it should be clarified for them that terror is the work of those that have no culture."

Press TV

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blasted new US publicity stunt against the Islamic Republic, arguing that cultured nations such as Iran never need to resort to terror.

"Terror is your trait," insisted the president, indirectly addressing US statesmen Sunday morning. "The cultured people of Iran have no use for terror."

The stern remarks of the Iranian president came at the second session of the fifth term of Iran's student parliament in Tehran, where he also said, "They (the US) make daily efforts to conceive scenarios against Iran, and in this instance they accused Iran of terrorism, but it should be clarified for them that terror is the work of those that have no culture."

The president then emphasized that the key objective behind all these pressures against the country is to impede the progress of the Iranian nation and to ensure that it does not become intellectually and culturally powerful.

In its latest measures against Iran, the US on Tuesday accused Tehran of involvement in a plot to assassinate Saudi Ambassador to Washington Adel Al-Jubeir with help from a suspected member of a Mexican drug cartel.

Referring to the recent anti-Iran scenario created by the US, Ahmadinejad said that, unlike the American officials, the Iranian nation does not need to resort to assassinations.

Iran has categorically denied the accusation, saying the recent US plot allegation is a "ludicrous" claim based on the joint US-Israel posture against the Islamic Republic.

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