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Kabhrpur would answer any aggression, Iranian President

Tehrān : Iran | Feb 18, 2012 at 6:31 AM PST
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The President of Iran daktrmhmudahmdy Nejad said that all of the enemy Iran's development project to stop Iran as they are afraid the progress, nuclear program is for peaceful square our Navy, including bhratls azadaurbyn international smndrmyn hrmqam is present, the power to any of the attack on Monday, will be systanbhrpurjuab ublucstan province in the six major project in Kualasdrmhmudahmdy origin said that a greater enemy culture, history rich nation civilization from Iran has drawn aurqdym hunykahqimperialist powers in the area of ​​the weak and some countries in progress behind janyky najayzfaydh them due to eighteen.

He said the United States against Iran failed today are in the United States protests prupgyndy tens place and people support to Iran, which is known by the money that the international situation in Iran are changing. He said that by pointing out the threats of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that of the enemy armed forces to face the threat of loaded with severe kunhaythrtrh enemy is ready to reply. He said that our Navy bhratlsazadaurbyn including international smndrmyn hrmqam to present the power.

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Kabhrpur would answer any aggression, Iranian President
Kabhrpur would answer any aggression, Iranian President.
SulmanKashif is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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