Iran will not send military force to Syria

Says Defense Minister

AP — A commander of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guards has warned "hated Arab" rivals they could face repercussions for their efforts to topple the Tehran-backed regime of President Bashar Assad in Syria, a report said Tuesday. Gen. Masoud Jazayeri did not specify any country or give details on the type of possible backlash, but Iran's main Arab foe Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations such as Qatar are key supporters of the Syrian rebels >>>




by jmyt17 on


If you can send it, why waiting, where is your big mounth. After him It is IRI turn dirt.

Just wait and see.


Nope, they will not send any...

by Bavafa on

As they will need all their forces to deal with the dissatisified Iranian people.

'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 



He is right

by MRX on

They have as many good killers as IRI has so they don't need to import any but if we could export these roaches to the rest of Arabian home land (22 countries and counting) it will be a fantastic news for every one.