Iran ready to share its Missiles with other terror states.

TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran is ready to share its missile systems with friends and neighbours, the commander of the Revolutionary Guards said, after he showed off missiles including some he said had cluster warheads.

Guards commander-in-chief Yahya Rahim Safavi also told Iran’s Arabic-language Al-Alam TV late on Sunday the Guards had thousands of troops trained for suicide missions in case Iran was threatened although he said any U.S. attack was unlikely.

The United States has said it wants to resolve a dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme by diplomatic means but has not ruled out the use of force. Washington believes Tehran is seeking to make atomic bombs, despite Iranian denials.

“We are able to give our missile systems to friendly and neighbouring countries,” Safavi told Al-Alam. A text of his comments in Farsi were obtained by Reuters on Monday.

Statements like these underscore exactly why Iran must not be able to develop nuclear weapons… Adding Nukes to Iran’s primary export of Terrorism will be the reality of a Nuclear armed Iran..

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