Iran will not let enemies’ crimes go unanswered: Salami
The commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says the enemies' schemes against Iran's security by inciting riots have failed.
Major General Hossein Salami, the commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), warned on Friday that Iran will not leave the enemies’ crimes unanswered.
During a speech on the 11th commemoration of the martyrdom of General Hassan Tehrani-Moghaddam in Tehran, Salami said that "the enemies are scared and are on alert for several days and keep sending messages via different countries calling on us not to hit them."
The IRGC commander indicated that the foes are tightening their sanctions on Iran to block the paths ahead of the nation with the aim of hindering its progress, stressing that all these attempts have failed.
"We hit the anti-revolutionary groups in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, test-fired satellite carriers, enhanced range of Bawar 373 missile defense system to 300 km, and finally yesterday, we declared making a [hypersonic] missile that no air defense can confront it," Salami highlighted.
"We told the enemies that we interrupt your tranquility; We will definitely do that. They have been unable to rest for several days now and are on alert," he stressed.
The Iranian commander said Iran's enemies "are scared and they keep telling us not to hit them. They keep sending us messages through several countries not to hit them."
Salami underlined that "the Iranian nation is changing the enemy's calculations," pointing out that the enemies' schemes against Iran's security by inciting riots have failed.
Iranian Security Minister Esmail Khatib said on Wednesday that it became clear in the recent events that the Zionist entity was responsible for implementation, the UK media was responsible for sponsoring, and Saudi Arabia was responsible for financial support.
In the same context, Iranian Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi revealed that the leaders of the recent riots in Iran received training in seven countries.
It is noteworthy that in late October, the Iranian Intelligence Ministry and the IRGC's intelligence wing revealed that intelligence obtained by Tehran indicates that the CIA and allied intelligence services planned a conspiracy against the Islamic Republic.
"The conspiracy's goal is to commit a crime against the Iranian people and the territorial integrity of Iran," the statement underlined.
"The main perpetrators were the CIA, the British and Saudi intelligence services, the Israeli Mossad, and the intelligence services of other countries," it read, indicating that "the planning and the execution of the majority of the riots were carried out by the Mossad in collaboration with terrorist organizations."
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