Iran: Response to any attack will 'rob eyes of sleep'

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April 21, 2009 13:41

 
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Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani on Tuesday warned US-backed states against lauching an attack on the Islamic republic, the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA) reported. "The US-dependent countries that presume they can speak to the powerful Iran with loud voice should refer to the history to see what will happen… we tell them, in case of committing such a mistake, Iran's response would be in a way that their eyes would be robbed of sleep," Larijani said at the International Conference of the Prosecutors of the Islamic Countries in Association with International Jurists in Teheran. Larijani called on international organizations to take steps against Israel for what he called crimes against Gazans, saying that the Muslim prosecutors conference would provoke them to react.

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