West, 'Israel' think Iran will give in to pressure: IRGC Commander
The commander of IRGC Quds Forces says the successes of the Axis of Resistance in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq, and Yemen are inspired by the Islamic Revolution.
Brigadier General Ismail Qaani, commander of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force, said on Tuesday that the Israelis better leave the occupied Palestinian lands before it is too late, adding that Palestinians carry out tens of operations every week in the occupied West Bank.
"Criminal America and its pet dog, the Zionist regime and some puppet governments in the region like Saudi Arabia, kill the Muslim people and spent $7 billion in the region of West Asia and Iran, which is the core of resistance, but their money did not work," Qaani said at a ceremony to commemorate Hassan Irloo, the former Iranian ambassador to Yemen.
The Iranian commander touched on the successes of the Axis of Resistance in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq, and Yemen and considered them as examples that were inspired by the Islamic Revolution.
"If we look at every part of the region, we can see that the nations of the region learned the way to live with dignity and stood up and won inspired by the school of the Islamic Revolution, the school of Imam Khomeini and the incumbent Leader," Qaani said.
According to the Brigadier General, "the Zionist regime has weakened a lot."
He also pointed to the increased Western and Israeli pressure on Iran, saying that "they think that if they put pressure on the Islamic Republic, it will give in to their pressures and will not pursue its path [of resistance] anymore."
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"The day they assassinated Martyr Soleimani, we told them to sell their houses and leave Palestine. Today, we see in the occupied territories that old Jewish figures have created organizations for the exit of Jews from Israel," Qaani indicated.
It is noteworthy that in late November, IRGC Commander-in-Chief Hossein Salami vowed to "bury plots to target Iran, just as we've buried Israeli and American plots in the past."
Salami said that Tehran's enemies are fighting against the Islamic Revolution, not to mention the country's security and national unity.
"You may rest assured that the Zionist regime will fall apart, but this Revolution won’t be harmed. The delusions of the enemy will get nowhere," the IRGC Commander underlined.
Elsewhere, Salami asserted that the country's enemies, namely the United States, the United Kingdom, "Israel", and Saudi Arabia, are acting with maximum force against the Islamic Republic, emphasizing that this "major sedition and world war" will turn into a graveyard for the American and Israeli enemies and their allies.