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Iran Says Israel Too Small To Survive One Week Of Real War

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi says despite Tel Aviv’s escalating war rhetoric against Iran, the Israeli regime is too small to survive even one week of real war.

“First of all we take every little threat serious even if it comes from the weakest country in the world,” he said.

Salehi added that Iran does not consider Israeli claims or threats as real threats.

“What is Israel? It is such a small entity that it cannot withstand one week of real war; not one week,” he emphasized.

The Iranian foreign minister further noted that if Israel really decided to attack nuclear facilities in Iran, Tehran’s response will be one of full force.

“If Israel ever makes that mistake [attacking Iran’s nuclear sites], that will set the time for the end of Israel. They know it very well…. We don’t consider Israel a country. Israel is an entity, the extension of the US influence in the Middle East…. So, the real threat is the US,” he said.



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    March 18, 2012 at 2:39 pm
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    Ask the Egyptians how well a week of war went for them.

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