Iranian generals harsh words to the US: missiles have been aimed at 21 US bases

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 Iranian generals harsh words to the US: missiles have been aimed at 21 US bases


Screenshot of Israel times report

The Israeli Times reported on December 2 that on November 29, the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the paramilitary forces of the Iranian militia was held in Bushehr. General allahnoor noorollahi, a senior adviser to the commander of the IRGC, spoke at the event and publicly warned the United States.

Aranur nororahituyuan, senior adviser to commander of IRGC: Israel times

According to reports, nolorahi said Iran is the fourth most powerful missile power in the world after the United States, Russia and China. In response to NATOs earlier claim that Iran can launch up to 20000 missiles a day, nororahi hinted in his speech that the number could actually be higher in future conflicts between Iran and the United States.

Unfortunately, some Gulf countries have become the barracks of our enemies. I have to say that their 21 bases (the United States and its allies) have become targets for our missiles, norolahi said. NATO has said that Irans 110 missile bases and launching sites are capable of launching 20000 missiles a day. This is what the enemy said. They only acknowledge part of it. When a country not only shows its underground missile base to the enemy, but also shows its missile city to the enemy, it reflects the countrys sufficient combat readiness.

That means we have the ability to fight the biggest enemy. Norolahi added. According to the Israeli times, norolahis biggest enemy refers to the United States, because the Iranian government has long described the United States as its number one enemy.

In addition, norolahi also mentioned that some regional allies of the United States are not enemies of Iran unless they make cross-border acts. We dont want to hurt our neighbors unless we are forced. Norolahi said. He also quoted Irans supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, as threatening that if Israel makes any mistakes, Iran is fully capable of flattening Tel Aviv and Haifa.

According to the previous report, in May 2018, the United States announced its unilateral withdrawal from the 2015 comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue, and then restarted and added a series of sanctions against Iran. The sanctions have had a significant negative impact on the Iranian economy. In response, Iran has taken a number of measures since May this year to suspend the implementation of some provisions of the Iranian nuclear agreement.

On December 1, Ali Larijani, speaker of the Iranian parliament, said in the capital Tehran that Iran has always adhered to the political will of working with the United States to resolve issues related to US sanctions against Iran. He urged the United States to give up its extreme pressure policy of imposing comprehensive sanctions on Iran, saying this is not the right way to solve the problem.

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