Skip to comments.Shrouds-clad Iranians March in a Military Parade
Posted on 10/13/2011 12:47:47 PM PDT by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
Following are excerpts from Al-Alam TV coverage of an Iranian military parade, which aired on September 22, 2011:
Reporter (translating from the Farsi announcer): This is a special unit of the Basij forces. Its members wear shrouds as a declaration of their willingness to defend the religion, the revolution, and the country.
This unit, the members of which are wearing shrouds, belongs to the Basij forces of Khuzestan Province, south-west Iran.
This truck carries a Zilzal missile, which operates on solid fuel. This is one of the missiles that has been recently developed, and it represents the height of progress attained by Iranian technology.
Right now, the Fateh 110 missiles are passing in front of the stage. These surface-to-air missiles, belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, are called "Al-Khalij Al-Farisi."
Shehab 3, Shehab 4, and Shehab 2 missiles are held by the IRGC. These are various types various types of the Shehab 2, which is a medium-range missile, and this is a Qiam missile, which is also medium-range, and is manufactured by the IRGC.
The long-range Qadr-F missile has just passed in front of the stage. This is another type of the same missile Qadr-F. Approximately three of these missiles the long-range Qadr-F have passed by.
Anybody who sees these sights should say "Allah Akbar," and should glorify Allah and His might, from whom the IRGC draws its strength. Now, these missile carriers highlight the ability of Iran to withstand any attack.
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Zigzag.....er, Zilzal missile.......
That dumbass Carter killed the Neutron Bomb..........or did he???????............
IOW, they're shovel-ready?
Curious march tempo.
More like “the monster mash...”
Well it is getting close to Halloween...........
hobby rockets... wheres Kari Byron to narrate the launch?
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