Saturday, November 17, 2007

US incapable of striking Iran: Ahmadinejad

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have said that the United States is
incapable of launching a military work stoppage against Islamic Republic Of Iran but would "regret" an
attack if it carried one out. "America is today incapable of
staging a military work stoppage against Islamic Republic Of Iran for respective reasons," Ahmadinejad told
Dubai-based Al-Arabiya news transmission channel in an interview, according to an Arabic Language voice-over of his remarks
in Farsi. The land is not
prepared for a work stoppage in either economic, political or military terms, he said. "And of course, they cognize full
well that the Persian people's response (to any attack) will be harsh, and they
will repent it," Ahmadinejad said on Friday. "In practice, then, they do
not desire to establish a work stoppage against Iran. They are agitating and applying
pressure on (UN) Security Council members in order to lead on and extricate
themselves from the deadlock in which they are," he added. United States Democratic lawmakers on
Friday warned the Shrub disposal was "beating the membranophones for war" with Iran,
and vowed to exert constitutional powerfulnesses to queer any military strike. Their remarks came as US
President Saint George Tungsten Shrub fired off a fresh warning that international pressure
would turn on the Muslim Republic, unless Teheran agreed to suspend enriching
uranium. American Capital accuses
Tehran of using its atomic programme as screen for a thrust to develop an atomic
bomb, a complaint Islamic Republic Of Iran strongly denies, saying it only desires to generate

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