Sunday, August 14, 2011

(North) Korean News: "Iran to Counter U.S., Israeli Cyber Attacks"--No, not the precise stance!

Continuing our exploration of North Korean press items taking the point of view of Iran and other allies of the DPRK:
Avaz Heidarpour, a member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iran's Majlis (parliament), clarified the stand of the country to counter the U.S. and Israeli cyber attacks. He said this in an interview with a TV radio on August 8.

He noted that the country's security and intelligence bodies have "very strong capabilities" to counter the enemies' cyber attacks.

If the U.S. and Israel seek to draw up a new plan to wage cyber attacks, Iran's security and intelligence bodies will immediately adopt an "appropriate and precise" stance, he warned.
The latest Haveil Havalim adopts an appropriate and precise stance.

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