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General Jazayeri: Islamic Republic Should Launch Virtual Campaigns against U.S.

The deputy chief of staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Masood Jazayeri

The deputy chief of staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Major General Masood Jazayeri, said on Tuesday that Islamic Republic of Iran must start virtual campaigns against the government of United States in order to publicize the inhumanity actions taken by the Western countries.

“Currently, all the Iranian media must work hard in order to show the real character of the United States government to world people. The managers and directors of mass media have pivotal roles in this case. Internet can also be used to facilitate transferring this message to people from all over the world.” General Jazayeri remarked during an interview with local media.

“Unfortunately, the government and security forces of United States have conducted numerous operations against innocent Iranians over the past 30 years. The U.S. government cannot tolerate a free Iran. So they are trying hard to damage the internal peace of this country.” General Jazayeri added.

He went on to ask the authorities of U.S. government to suspend their operations against human being. “We believe that the current instabilities in Afghanistan, Iraq and the other Middle Eastern states are because of U.S. military intervenes in this region. The governments of Middle Eastern countries must open their eyes and monitor the activities of American spies in their respective countries.” General Jazayeri concluded.

Major General Masood Jazayeri has been described as an anti-U.S. military commander in Iran. In recent years, he has interviewed and made comments against U.S. and its European allies.

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