Amid rising tensions between Tehran and Washington in the last days of US President Donald Trump’s tenure, Iran’s paramilitary commander, the Revolutionary Guard, said on Friday that his country was fully prepared to respond to US military pressure. Well prepared. General Hussein Salami was speaking at a ceremony at Tehran University. An event was held at Tehran University in January 2020 to commemorate former Revolutionary Guards General Qasim Suleimani, who was killed in an American drone strike in Baghdad.
Salami, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said: “Today we have no problems, concerns or fears facing any force. On the battlefield we can give the last answer to our enemies.” Top Iranian officials as well as Syrian and Palestinian leaders and Lebanese movement leaders and Sulaimani’s family Was.
“Iran is not afraid to face power again,” Brigadier General Ismail Ghani said without naming the United States. Ibrahim Raisi, Iran’s chief justice, said those involved in Sulaimani’s assassination could not escape “law and order” even if they were US presidents.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Friday that Washington would be held accountable for the consequences of any possible “adventurism” in the region. The United States operated a B-22 bomber as it sent a nuclear submarine into the Persian Gulf. Is