Revolutionary Guards: Sntor from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates systems[/size] Twilight News
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"The Saudi and Emirati regimes should know that Iran's patience has run out and that they will not bear their secret support for the Takfiri groups," Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, commander-in-chief of the Revolutionary Guards, said.
"We will avenge the blood of our martyrs from the UAE and Saudi regimes and ask the president to release our hands to carry out more reprisals than in the past," Maj. Gen. Jafari said in a speech at the funeral ceremony of the Revolutionary Guards in Zahedan in Isfahan.
"Pakistan must also know that it has to pay for the support of the Pakistani intelligence service to the army of injustice, and this price will certainly be very heavy," he said.
"The enemies of the Islamic Republic of Iran are not one or two and have mobilized their energies to prevent Iran's progress and destabilize security, but the armed forces and security forces around the country are engaged in countering these conspiracies," Jafari said.
"The puppet countries in the region, especially Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, have sought to destabilize the country and break through the borders of their customers, but the forces guarding the borders have not allowed a problem at the border," he said.
"Following these defeats, they started to think about carrying out suicide attacks deep inside the province of Sistan and Baluchistan to destabilize them," Jafari said. "After several failed attempts to carry out these attacks, six or seven suicide bombings were thwarted last year."
"In addition to the American and Israeli plans to destabilize security and carry out the assassinations, the Saudi and UAE intelligence agencies specifically plan in the context of striking security in the southeast region and there is documented information in this regard," she said.
"We will ask the next question to our Muslim neighbor Pakistan, why is the army and the Pakistani intelligence service, in addition to their silence towards these groups," he said, adding that " "We regard this silence as a kind of support for this group and the Pakistani intelligence service must take responsibility in this regard."
"The Pakistani security services are undoubtedly aware of the disappearance of these groups, but they remain silent about this," he said.