Iran Portrays Decisive Brutality Against Agressors
[H]ours before a meeting in Moscow of senior diplomats from the five permanent U.N. Security Council members and Germany to discuss the issue and less than two weeks before a council deadline for Iran to stop uranium enrichment . . . President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned that Iran would "cut off the hand of any aggressor" [.]Chop, chop!
"Today, you are among the world's most powerful armies because you rely on God" . . .This guy really knows how to work a crowd -- not afraid to stand up to bullies, but humble enough to cooperate with friends.
"Iran's enemies know your courage, faith and commitment to Islam and the land of Iran has created a powerful army that can powerfully defend the political borders and the integrity of the Iranian nation and cut off the hand of any aggressor and place the sign of disgrace on their forehead" [.]
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Iran's army "has to be constantly ready, equipped and powerful. It has to be equipped with the latest technologies, recognize the enemy and constantly be vigilant."
While threatening possible aggressors, Ahmadinejad said Iran's army would "serve peace and security for mankind especially the region and its neighbors."
The "power of our army will be no threat to any country. Our army carries the message of peace and security . . . It is humble toward friends and a shooting star toward enemies," he said.