Iran Focus: Tehran, Oct. 19 United States President George W. Bush has become terrified of Irans divisions of suicide bombers, according to Irans chief nuclear negotiator who was quoted by a hard-line Iranian weekly on Wednesday. Iran Focus
Tehran, Oct. 19 United States President George W. Bush has become terrified of Irans divisions of suicide bombers, according to Irans chief nuclear negotiator who was quoted by a hard-line Iranian weekly on Wednesday.
The American President has become terrified of the creation of martyrdom-seeking divisions, Ali Larijani, the Secretary-General of Irans Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) said, the weekly Parto-Sokhan wrote.
The SNSC chief, a former brigadier general of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, said that the Islamic Republic had to continue its sensitive nuclear work pursuit with resilience, sacrifice, and courage to stand up against Western pressures.
The Americans are aware of the qualities that our people have, and they feel impotent and frightened in the face of these qualities. These qualities have nothing to do with weapons or iron fists. They are the martyrdom-seeking will of the brave youth and the dear Bassijis, which are great assets for Islam and the Islamic Republic, Larijani added.
Washington has no fear of many of nuclear-armed nations that oppose it, but when our martyrdom-seeking divisions which are spontaneous elements in society started to announce their existence, the American President said that he was moved by the creation of these divisions.
We must invest on these revolutionary actions and drive the enemy back with these ideological weapons, he said.
The hard-line Larijani is a close confidant of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. As the secretary general of the Supreme National Security Council, he is the top co-ordinator of Irans security policies and the nuclear program.