IRGC warns enemies to halt “impudent interference”

June 23, 2009

TEHRAN -- The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has issued a statement warning enemies, especially the United States, Britain, and the Zionist regime, to halt their “impudent interference” in Iran’s internal affairs.

“It would be better for the bullying powers to worry about the situation in their own countries and also their fragile position in the occupied countries, especially in the Middle East,” part of the statement said.
The IRGC also has warned rioters and their leaders to stop creating problems for citizens.
“The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps and the brave Basij forces, along with the security and police forces… are determined to drive the rioters and saboteurs out of the people’s living space.”
Commenting on the remarks of Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the statement pointed out, “While the outstanding figures and the elite have prioritized the orders and the guidelines of the Supreme Leader and have emphasized abiding by the law as the only way to resolve the challenges and complaints, there remains no doubt that the continuation of illegal actions, sabotage, and riot activities, and the damaging of public property… are signs of a great plot against the Iranian nation and the revolution.”
Addressing hundreds of thousands of people at the most recent Friday prayers in Tehran, Ayatollah Khamenei urged all groupings to end their street protests and to pursue their complaints through legal channels.
Ayatollah Khamenei said the time for rivalry is over and everyone should unite behind the president-elect.