Iranian minister threatens Israel in the event of any 'threat'

Iranian general threaten

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December 9, 2009 18:00

 
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Iran's Defense Minister Brig. Gen. Ahmad Vahidi on Wednesday threatened Israel with military response in the event of an a "threat" against the country, the Islamic Republic News Agency reported. The report quoted Vahidi while on an official trip to Syria as saying, "Should the Zionist forces pose any threat against Iran, we will never hesitate to target their nuclear sites and centers for proliferation of chemical, biochemical, as well as dirty and prohibited weapons." Israel neither confirms nor denies the existence of a nuclear arsenal.

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