Salami warns: If Israelis repeat their mistakes they will taste the bitterness of revenge
IRGC Commander-in-Chief reiterates Iran's will to avenge its martyrs, warning Israelis against continuing in their aggression.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps, Major General Hossein Salami, warned the Israeli occupation from going too far in its evils, asserting that Iran will indeed avenge its martyrs and will not simply mourn them.
Salami, in a mourning ceremony held for a martyr in Khuzestan Province, highlighted the Israelis' miscalculations, saying, "We warn them from pursuing their evils, otherwise, even these small windows in the world will be shut in their faces."
He added that the enemies may repeat their mistakes, but if they fail to learn their lessons from their actions, then they will go down the same path again, and if they want to taste bitter revenge again, then let them make a mistake.
Salami also commented on a recent White House statement that the sanctions have made Iran and the IRGC stronger than ever, saying that when your enemies say something good about you, then reality is ten times better than the way they're describing it. The end of the US and Western civilization began years ago, and it is now picking up pace.
He concluded by saying that wherever one looks in the world, the effects of the crimes of evil powers are there for all to see. For years, we've seen them starting wars, displacing people, and using nuclear bombs against them, but we will also come to see their end.
Salami's statements come days after the IRGC officially announced the targeting of an Israeli "strategic center" in Iraq's Kurdistan with missiles after Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq reported cross-border missile fire.