BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman on Saturday censured the rude and offensive tweets posted by the Bahraini Foreign Minister regarding the Iranian territories and its government.

“It’s not helpful to pick a fight with the USA over side issues while we together fight the clear and present danger of The Theo-Fascist Islamic republic,” Bahraini Foreign Minister, Khaled bin Al-Ahmad Al-Khalifa, tweeted on Friday.

“We need to protect our homeland , first and foremost , from Iranian Theo_Fascist agenda . So we can play our part in solving the Arab-Israel dispute , by achieving the two states solution with east Jerusalem as the Capital of independent Fully sovereign Palestine,” the Bahraini minister added.

In response to the Bahraini Foreign Minister’s comments, the Iranian minister, Bassem Qasemi lambasted the former.

“You are too small to comment on a dignified Iran which embodies an ancient and glorious history and civilization,” Bahram Qasemi said while commenting on Khalid bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa’s anti-Iran remarks made on Friday in a twitter message.

“With a genuine and cultured people, the ancient land of Iran enjoys a unique history, civilization, culture, and democracy and is one of the most independent countries in the region and also a nightmare for the desperate rulers of Bahrain and other reactionaries who have nothing but suppressing public demands and committing crimes against them with the backing of trans-regional countries,” Qasemi said.

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