Israel’s horror, maniacal measures and vain attempts indicate that the Zionist regime is not going to last long, senior Iranian commander Major General Qassem Soleimani said Thursday.
“This regime (Israel) is not going to survive. The measures of this mercenary regime show that it is not permanent, as there are no factors or signs of permanence in the (Zionist) regime,” Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Quds Force Major General Soleimani said in a ceremony in Tehran.
The cultural event was held in commemoration of Imad Mughniyeh, a senior member of Lebanon’s Islamic Jihad Organization and Hezbollah who was assassinated in February 2008 in a car bomb blast near Syria’s Damascus.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the Iranian commander pointed to the obvious clues to impermanence of the Israeli regime, saying the “horror, the lunatic struggles and the futile (military) operations” explain the Tel Aviv regime’s “vain last-ditch attempts.”
He further said that the price for the blood of Mughniyeh and all those martyred in Israeli plots in Palestine, Lebanon, Iran and elsewhere would be “eradication of the child-murdering Zionist regime.”
His comments came a few days after IRGC Lieutenant Commander Brigadier General Hossein Salami warned the Israeli regime of a hell that Iran could create for Zionists, recommending Israel to abandon the dream of conquering lands from “the river to the sea”, a term Zionists use to refer to territories from the River Jordan to the Mediterranean Sea.