Thursday, June 07, 2012

"Larijani warns Zionist regime not to play with ball of fire" (IRNA-Iran)

The beginning of this is quite vague, and then it gradually dawns on the reader that Israel is being warned about Syria and that Larijani is quite off the deep-end in considering oppositon to Assad to be a Zionist plot:
Occupying Zionist regime and its allies should care not to play with a ball of fire by provoking anti-resistance unrests, Iran's Majlis Speaker, Ali Larijani, said here on Wednesday.

He made the remarks in a meeting with Qom people who have elected him for a second term as Majlis deputy.

“Enemies are playing with a ball of fire by planning various plots against the line of resistance in region and it will absolutely hurt themselves and the occupying force of Zionist regime.”

Larijani pointed to the fact that enemies are seeking new adventures in region after being severely hurt as a result of ongoing regional revolutions, noting that US and UK recent efforts against Syria will not make a result and they themselves would be harmed.

The Speaker warned enemies about anti-Iranian plots, underlining that economic pressures will not affect Tehran’s desire to continue its progress forward.

It should be noted that, the Islamic Awakening is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Muslim world.

Since 18 December 2010, there have been revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain and Yemen; a civil war in Libya resulting in the fall of its regime; major protests in occupied Palestine against the Zionist regime, Algeria, Jordan, Morocco and Oman, and minor protests in Kuwait, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia and Western Sahara.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March with organized attacks by well-armed gangs against Syrian police forces and border guards being reported across the country.

Hundreds of people, including members of the security forces, have been killed, when some protest rallies turned into armed clashes.

In October, calm was eventually restored to Syira after President Bashar al-Assad started a reform initiative in the country, but plots by the US and the Zionist regime could spark some new unrest in certain parts of the country.
Hmm, calm unless there's a Zionist plot. Maybe there is some other Syria we don't know about?

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