Iranian commander threatens to kidnap Benjamin Netanyahu

An Iranian military commander threatened to kidnap former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday and “march” him to Iran “wearing a leash and a slave collar.”

Mojtaba Fada, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps of Isfahan, also called for the destruction of “the child-killing regime [of] Israel,” according to the Jerusalem Post, which quoted Iranian newspaper Bahar News.

Fada’s threats against Israel’s longest-serving leader came at a funeral in Isfahan for “martyrs” who died while cracking down on dissidents protesting the death of Kurdish Iranian Mahsa Amini, 22, in September.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu points to a red line he drew on a graphic of a bomb used to depict Iran's nuclear program as he addressed the United Nations' 67th General Assembly September 27, 2012 at the UN headquarters in New York nations speaks.
The threats against former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu came as Tehran cracked down on widespread protests across Iran.

Amini died in custody of the regime’s morality police after allegedly wearing her hijab improperly, sparking widespread ongoing demonstrations and clashes between protesters and authorities across the totalitarian state.

Fada reportedly said that “the former prime minister of the Zionist regime was hoping that the protests in Iran would persuade him to travel to Tehran,” but the Islamic Republic “will prevail, carrying this prime minister on a leash and a slave in.” marching on Iran collar.”

The violent rhetoric is typical of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s regime, experts told the Israeli newspaper.

Spiritual leaders “have a pattern of making physical and death threats against world leaders,” said Banafsheh Zand, an Iranian-American expert on the Islamic Republic.

“In other words, anyone who dares to publicly question Tehran’s outrageous terrorism and violent method will be faced with precisely these kinds of threats by the Khomeinist authority,” he added.

Zand’s comment came as US special envoy to Iran Robert Malley recently admitted that the regime’s death threats against US officials would make a nuclear deal with the country impossible.

“Although over the past four decades or more, most world leaders and international bodies such as the UN have willfully turned a blind eye to the criminality of the Islamic regime, it is now becoming increasingly inescapable,” Zand told the outlet.

Netanyahu, 73, will become prime minister for the sixth time after being re-elected earlier this month. He first served as director in the 1990s.

He was restored to power this year by defeating current Prime Minister Yair Lapid with the help of far-right parliamentary allies – and is now tasked with forming a government while he stands trial on corruption charges. Iranian commander threatens to kidnap Benjamin Netanyahu


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