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Iran Says Will Not be Bullied by West

Sunday, 29 Nov 2009 10:24 PM

Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Mohammad-Ali Jafari says threats and military action against Iran are the language of a bygone era.

""The era of threatening Iran with force is over, especially at a time when the majority of Iranians are willing to defend the Revolution and their country,"" the Major General told a gathering in the southwestern city of Shiraz.

These intimidation techniques, Jafari continued, ""even failed at the height of the nuclear issue, and now Iran is standing firm despite economic, political and cultural pressures.""

U.S. President Barack Obama recently warned the Islamic Republic of ""consequences,"" should Tehran refuse to accept the IAEA-backed proposal on a nuclear fuel deal

The mid-October nuclear draft discussed in Vienna envisages Iran shipping out its low-enriched uranium (LEU) for further refinement and returned to the country for the Tehran medical research reactor, which produces radioisotopes used in cancer treatment by over 200 hospitals in Iran.

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