Iran Has Missiles Pointed At U.S. Bases
One of the top military leaders in Iran, Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, had some very stern words this week regarding Iranian firepower and their focus on U.S. targets in the Middle East.
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On the day that Iran unveiled new high-tech torpedoes and a joint war room along with Russia, Syria, and Iraq, Hajizadeh said:
“Some of the threats by the U.S. are aimed at appeasing the Zionists, while others are for the purpose of domestic consumption (in the U.S.), but what is important is that they are aware of and acknowledge our capabilities and deterrence power…We do not feel any need to increase the range of our missiles and (our perceived enemy) targets are fully within the range of our missiles.”
Iran has vowed to not slow down their weapons development, and with troops entering Syria, they are inching closer and closer to U.S. operations.
From the Washington Free Beacon:
A senior Iranian military leader warned this weekend that “all U.S. military bases in the Middle East are within the range of” Iran’s missiles and emphasized that the Islamic Republic will continue to break international bans on the construction of ballistic missiles.
Much of this missile work, like the details of Iran’s advanced arsenal, remains secret, according to Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Aerospace Force.
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