Iranian Revolutionary Guards: We will continue to call for 'Death to America'

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November 2, 2013 20:11

 
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Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRCG) said Saturday they will maintain their slogan of "Death to America," despite signs of thawing diplomatic ties between Tehran and Washington, AFP reported.

"Death to America is the manifestation of our nation's determination and resistance against the dominance of oppressive and untrustworthy America," AFP quoted the conservative-led, elite Islamic force as saying on its website.

Ahead of the 34th anniversary of the raid on the US embassy in Tehran on Monday, the Guards said the "revolutionary hatred of Iranians will be manifested nationwide with slogans of 'Death to America'".

The Guards said recent allegations of US espionage against foreign governments and countries proved that Washington could not be trusted.

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