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Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Threaten Abductions

MEMRI recalls an article from just a couple of months ago:

Iranian Revolutionary Guards chant slogans in support of Iran’s nuclear program during Friday prayers in Tehran, May 26, 2006.

Elements in Revolutionary Guards Threaten to Abduct U.S. Troops

In a January 29, 2007 article titled “Cheaper and Easier than Chinese Goods” in the Iranian weekly Sobh-e Sadeq,the mouthpiece of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei circulated among the Revolutionary Guards, elements in the Revolutionary Guards threatened to abduct U.S. soldiers around the world: “Top American officials must understand that because they deploy their troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Central Asia and the Caucasus, Pakistan, India, the African continent, Latin America, and even in Europe, capturing them and transferring them to any destination is easier than preparing a container of cheap Chinese goods [for shipment].”

It’s clear that this was a pre-planned and calculated move on the part of the Iranians.

(What a long sentence, huh?)

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, March 26th, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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