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Iran threatens to send Israel into “eternal coma”

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jan. 25 – Iran’s Defence Minister vowed on Wednesday that the Islamic Republic would send arch-nemesis Israel into an “eternal coma” if it attacked any of the country’s suspected nuclear weapons sites. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Jan. 25 – Iran’s Defence Minister vowed on Wednesday that the Islamic Republic would send arch-nemesis Israel into an “eternal coma” if it attacked any of the country’s suspected nuclear weapons sites.

“Israel wouldn’t dare attack Iran, and if it makes such a huge mistake, the response by the defenders of Islamic Iran will put Israel into an eternal coma, just like [Israeli Prime Minister Ariel”> Sharon”, Revolutionary Guards Brigadier General Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar told a press conference in Tehran.

“Of course, you can’t expect anything other than mischief and violence from the illegitimate state of Israel, which has been set up through murder, robbery, and terrorist acts. Their threats just show the violent and terrorist nature of this regime”, Mohammad-Najjar said.

The Defence Minister said that the “Great Satan and the Little Satan”, or the United States and Israel, had embarked on a psychological warfare against Iran.

Mohammad-Najjar, a veteran commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, is tied to the suicide bombing of the U.S. Marines compound in Beirut airport in October 1983, which killed 241 Americans.

He was in command of the IRGC expeditionary force in Lebanon when on October 23, 1983, at 6:22 a.m., a suicide bomber drove a large water delivery truck loaded with explosives into the Marine Barracks, killing 241 U.S. service members.

The Americans quickly withdrew their forces from Lebanon and the suicide operation became a turning point in the increasing use of terrorism by radical Islamic fundamentalists across the world.

Mohammad-Najjar also headed the IRGC’s Military Industries Organisation in 1985 which later developed the 320-mm “super mortars” that were intended for use by the Revolutionary Guards’ Qods Force for terrorist operations in Europe and the Middle East.

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