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Thug-in-Chief Ali Jafari, the IRGC commander, Slams US “Military Option” as Bankrupt

January 25, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

Commander of IRGC, the Thug-in-Chief Mohammad Ali Ja’fari

A top IRGC military commander has slammed the latest threat of the American top diplomat of the US military option against Iran as a “bankrupt strategy.”

“Mr. Kerry must know that direct battle with the US is the biggest dream of pious and revolutionary people across the world. Your threats offer our revolutionary people the best opportunity,” commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Ja’fari said on Saturday.

The strong remarks by General Ja’fari came in response to a repeated threat on Thursday by US Secretary of State John Kerry in Geneva that “the military option that is available to the United States is ready and prepared to do what it would have to do” if Iran enriches uranium beyond five percent purity. 

“You could never understand the extent of the invasive capacity of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Ja’fari further added.

The Iranian commander then went on to note that “wise politicians” in the United States are unlikely to let the “ridiculous military option” remain on the table.

He also advised Kerry to quit boasting “bankrupt strategies like the use of military power” in order to avoid the accelerated collapse of the US civilization.

Kerry’s repeated threats come against the backdrop of the implementation of Iran’s nuclear deal with the six world powers, under which Tehran has agreed to limit its uranium enrichment to five percent purity level.

On January 20, the EU Council suspended part of its sanctions against Iran according to the Geneva nuclear deal between Tehran and the Sextet of world powers – the United States, France, Britain, Russia, China and Germany – which was signed last November.

The decision was adopted in the course of the regular monthly meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed earlier in the day that Iran had halted 20-percent enrichment of uranium under the Geneva agreement.



January 25, 2014 11:13 PM

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