Iranian General: "Death to Israel" Really Not a Metaphor

The appeasement lobby has trouble squaring Iran's "Death to America, Death to Israel": slogan with their claims that the Shiite Jihadist terror state wants nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

And they usually do it by claiming that "Death" is a metaphor or that it's only directed toward political leaders, not the country.

However, the spokesman for the Islamic Republic of Iran’s armed forces, Brig.-Gen. Abolfazl Shekarchi, took care to explain that it's not a metaphor.

"We will not back off from the annihilation of Israel, even one millimeter. We want to destroy Zionism in the world,” Shekarchi told the Iranian Students News Agency.

Shekarchi’s genocidal antisemitic remarks come just days before the nuclear talks are set to restart in Vienna Monday on curbing the Islamic Republic of Iran’s illicit nuclear program.

When they say they want to kill you, believe them.

Shekarchi has previously lashed out at Israel, saying that Iran’s regime can  “level Haifa and Tel Aviv in the shortest possible time.”

No doubt that's metaphorical leveling.

According to Shekarchi, the Zionist regime is not yet aware of all the military capabilities of Iran. Tehran is able to destroy Tel Aviv in the shortest possible time and any miscalculation of the Zionist will accelerate their destruction, he said. 

He further said that Iran's nuclear energy facilities are completely peaceful, underlining that Tehran does not seek to produce and maintain nuclear weapons.

I can't imagine why anyone wouldn't believe him.


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