Enemies will regret any attack on Iran: IRGC commander

September 23, 2007 - 0:0

TEHRAN -- The enemies will bitterly regret any attack against Iran, Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Commander Major General Mohammad-Ali Jafari said here on Saturday.

As a united nation with strong defense capabilities, Iran has become invincible and “definitely the outcome of any attack on Iran will be bitter and regretful for the enemies,” Jafari told reporters on the sidelines of the annual Defense Week military parade.
Although the enemy is technologically more advanced than Iran, especially in the area of air power, “we can neutralize its strength with our unique and special techniques,” he noted.
Iran will seriously respond to any “mindless” action of the enemies by identifying their weak points through its unique techniques, he added.
Iran’s defensive industry is self-sufficient adding that the country’s defensive plans are practicable, he said.
“Now we are able to share the technology of our modern weapons with other countries,” he stated.
Jafari also warned that if any country allows the enemies to use its territory as a launch pad for attacks on Iran, it will definitely be considered an ally of the enemy, and Iran will respond with its missiles.