Iran Demands U.S. ‘Disarmament’

We better watch out, Obama will probably say sure thing and ask them if they want our weapons.
Check it out:

A prominent Iranian official is demanding future discussions over international security and stability that would involve his nation also should address the disarmament of the United States and Israel.

“We urge our country’s nuclear negotiators that in addition to the talks with G5-1, to focus their efforts on full nuclear, chemical and microbial disarmament of the Zionist regime, the biggest threat to the region and world’s security, as well as the disarmament of the United States.”

The comment comes from Maj. Gen. Hossein Dehqan, the minister of defense and logistics of the armed forces, according to a report from the state-run Islamic Republic News Agency.

The defense ministry’s media department issued the statement Sunday from Dehqan in “reaction to the U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s call for a probe on Iran’s missile program … .”

“Dehgan said that Iran’s missile capacity is defensive, conventional, deterrent and not negotiable,” the report said.



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