Posted by: bahareiran | November 12, 2010

SSF official announces creation of commission to confront popular uprisings

Describing the Iranian people’s protests against the clerical regime as “psychological warfare,” Bahman Kargar, deputy commander of the Iranian regime’s State Security Forces (SSF) said, “Psychological warfare is a lot more challenging and difficult to deal with than a military conflict.”

Meanwhile, the deputy commander of the paramilitary Bassij Force, Fazeli, used the analogy of “flames burning under the ashes” to describe the situation of the Iranian society. He said, “Such an extensive sedition was unprecedented in the revolution’s history.”

“In order to prevent further seditions, awareness must be continuously raised, because the enemies of the establishment are not sitting idly and are actively seeking ways to harm the establishment. The sedition is analogous to flames still burning under the ashes.”

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