The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) taking part in the Great Prophet 14 military games in southern Iran on July 31, 2020

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – The Iranian Army said that its forces and the Revolutionary Guard “are ready to thwart any threat, whether from the Americans, the Zionists, or the Saudi-American alliance.”

The commander of the Iranian Army’s ground forces, Brigadier General Kumarth Amir Haidari, said that the army and guards are ready to thwart any threat against Iran, indicating that it is an honor and pride for the armed forces to fulfill the orders of the leader of the Islamic Revolution, the Tasnim Agency reported.

He pointed out that “it does not matter to the Iranian Armed Forces, whether this threat is from the Americans, the Zionist entity or the Saudi-American alliance,” saying: “The armed forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran, under the guardianship of the jurist and with the help of God Almighty, have achieved very remarkable successes and achievements.”

Brigadier General Haidari stressed the readiness of the armed forces alongside the Revolutionary Guards to respond to any threat in the shortest period of time, indicating that the capabilities of these forces are also being used in the construction sector.

He said, “according to the instructions of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, part of the capabilities of the armed forces must be put in the service of rebuilding the country during the peace period.”

The commander pointed out that the “armed forces presented many martyrs during the period of holy defense (1980-1988)” and added: “We have always said that we do not intend to attack and threaten any country, but everyone must know that we will defend with strength and solidity. On the values ​​of the revolution and the sovereignty of the holy system of the Islamic Republic.”

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Abu Bakr
Abu Bakr
2020-08-23 20:56

Iran and its never ending empty threats, your houthis Didnt take one inch of saudi despite 10 years of struggle and with help from the and Evert possible weapon, look isis how the took syria iraq in days with few guys

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2020-08-24 02:12
Reply to  Abu Bakr

And now ISIS terrorists have been 98% recycled as food for the Kafir’s pig-farms!
Kuffar Uh-Akhar!