Former commander-in-chief of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi warned here on Tuesday that possible invasions of his country will be suppressed in a twinkling of an eye.And then Safavi's mother happily served him his breakfast made from nutritious and reasonably priced ingredients.
"Enemies should know that if they intend to launch a military attack on Iran, they will have to face our powerful armed forces, specially Basij (volunteer troops) and they will be suppressed in the least time possible," Rahim Safavi said during a ceremony to honor his 10 years of service as the commander-in-chief of the IRGC.
Meantime, the General noted the global conditions for the US, and said, "Wide hatred for the US in the Muslim and other world countries is now a reality, which has derived from the bad and improper performance of the Americans across the world."
"At present, the United States is stuck in a bad dead-end in Iraq and it can't survive this problem easily," he added.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Sorry to be obscure, but I kept thinking: What does the odd prose-style here remind me of? Wait . . . it's coming to me . . . I know! Fishele and Fraydele! It's all in the adverbial elements: