IRGC chief: "No US commander will be safe if Iranian officers threatened"

IRGC chief: "No US commander will be safe if Iranian officers threatened"
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Commanders of US forces and their allies would not be safe from retaliation anywhere in the world if the Trump administration continues to threaten Iranian commanders, Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Chief Maj. Gen. Hossein Salami has warned, APA reports citing Sputnik.

“Let the Americans, the Zionists and others know that none of their commanders will be safe if they threaten Iranian commanders [with] assassination,” Salami said.

“Those who have threatened our commanders with assassination will certainly regret what they said, if they remain alive,” Salami added. Noting that Iran’s enemies have already faced “painful consequences” for the January 3 assassination of Gen. Soleimani, the IRGC chief warned that they would face “crushing and continuous” blows if any more Iranian commanders were slain.

“The US regime, the Zionist regime, and the regimes allied with and relying on them are basically terror regimes, a reality they now have to admit,” Salami said.

According to the IRGC commander, the US has resorted to assassination out of failure to achieve their aims. “For instance, when they failed in their attempts to deprive Iran from nuclear technology, they assassinated our nuclear scientists,” he argued.


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