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April 27, 2015 3:20 pm

Revolutionary Guard Commander: US Bowed to Iranian Might

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Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, the commander of the IRGC, said the United States had been forced to kneel before Iran's might. PHOTO: Shia Post.

Maj.-Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps boasted in a speech he gave to the Bagherololoum Scientific Festival in Tehran that the United States had “bowed” before Iran’s might.

Jafari said that the concessions the U.S. had been offering – in the ongoing nuclear talks as well as in taking a generally more conciliatory approach to Tehran – were a result of Iranian power.

Jafari then spoke angrily about the United States’ regional allies, particularly Saudi Arabia, alleging that its current operation in Yemen, aimed at preventing Iranian backed Houthi rebels from seizing control of the country, is in line with Israeli regional policy.

“The traitor Saudi Arabia is following the path of Israel,” Jafari said according to semi-official Iranian state news outlet Mehr.

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He also issued a veiled threat against the Saudis, saying that the monarchy’s family in Riyadh “is on the edge of disintegration and collapse and regional and international analysts have already confirmed its fall. We are hopeful it would happen.”

Jafari said that, in light of Saudi Arabia’s “aggression” towards Yemen, Iran “can no longer stay silent.” He called on Iranian officials to reorient their policies on Saudi Arabia in light of its strikes in Yemen as part of Operation Decisive Storm.

“Now that the attacks have been launched [against Yemen], no considerations should be shown,” to Riyadh, he said, adding that Iran should not “rupture” its considerations and reservations towards the Saudis.

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    “The relentless focus solely on Israel that ignores the world’s real human rights violators tells us that this [BDS] is an anti-Semitic movement, and if you’re are part of it, then you’re are part of that too. If Israel was a Christian or a Buddhist country, there would not be any BDS campaign, and everyone knows it, just as there isn’t any BDS for Tibet, a country invaded and culturally-raped by the Chinese, but then, the Chinese aren’t Jews. No BDS for the Saudi Arabia for treating women like livestock, because the Saudis aren’t Jews, which is lucky for them, because if they were, they would have to ban themselves from entering their own country. How inconvenient!

    Crude Islamic Jew-hatred has permeated the Middle East conflict from day one, yet its influence is always carefully omitted from all political analysis. Any doctor who diagnosed an illness as ineptly and dishonestly would deserve to be struck-off and prosecuted.

    Palestinian leaders have had several chances for a two-state solution and they always rejected it because they don’t want a two-state solution, and they don’t care about the suffering of their people; they want all Jews out there or dead. The leader of Hezbollah is on record as saying that he won’t be happy until every Jew on earth is dead. Once you realize that this is the position, then whatever you think of Israeli security measures, your moral standpoint has to change. We know that if the Arabs would lay down their weapons, they could have peace and prosperity for all their people, and the Israelis would not need to build barriers or do anything else the world disapproves of; they could simply get on with what they do best; technological innovation, making life better for all of us, including Arabs.

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    SOURCE: Why I support Israel by Pat Condell
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHC8KC5cLs8

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