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Iran 'Can Attack U.S. Forces Anywhere'

Iranian Ambassador to Russia Seyyed Mahmoud-Reza SajjadiIranian Ambassador to Russia Seyyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi
Iranian Ambassador to Russia Seyyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi
Iranian Ambassador to Russia Seyyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi
Iran's ambassador to Russia says Iran is capable of striking U.S. military forces around the world if attacked by the United States.

Russia's Interfax news agency quoted Ambassador Seyyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi as saying in Moscow on February 8 that an attack on Iran would be "suicidal" for the United States.

The United States has announced no such plans but has not ruled out military action should Iran decide to acquire nuclear weapons.

Interfax also quoted the Iranian ambassador as saying Russia is to resume arms exports to Iran under a recent understanding but will comply with international law in doing so.

There has been no official comment from Russia.

Earlier, Russia scrapped a plan to export S-300 surface-to-air antiaircraft missile systems to Iran in compliance with a UN Security Council resolution.

The Security Council has passed four rounds of sanctions aimed at deterring Iran from some sensitive atomic work.

Compiled from agency reports
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by: arash from: uk
February 09, 2012 17:51
The threats by the terrorist representative of the terrorist religious fascist regime in Iran amounts to nothing but threats of using more of the inhuman terrorist bombings that have already taken the lives of over 400 prominent Iranian exiles as well as thousands of Iraqi, Lebanese, Afghan, Argentinian, French, British and American and other nationals throughout the world. Isn't it time for the UN to throw out this terrorist scourge of humanity on the face of the earth?

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