Fear of War Evident in US’ Behaviours: IRGC Chief

General Hossein Salami

A senior Iranian military commander says the enemies are now scared of waging a war against Iran, and the country has managed to neutralize and cushion the blow from the enemy’s power and policies.

Major General Hossein Salami, the chief commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), noted that Iran has completely blocked the enemy’s path in the military domain and “reversed the balance.”

“Maybe until some time ago, some individuals believed that if we do not succumb to the enemy’s demand for talks, the option of war will be inevitable. However, the situation played out in such a way that the enemy was even afraid of the thought of the outbreak of a war,” he said.

“At this juncture, it is the enemy that is worried about the outbreak of war, and this worry is evident in their physical and tactical behaviour,” he said.

The IRGC commander underlined that Iran should formulate mechanisms to tackle the enemy’s machinations.

“We have a duty to work out formulas to tackle all of the enemy’s formulas,” he said.

“Today, out global power is well-known and enjoys an extraordinary deterrence capability, and in reality, we managed to shatter the United States’ fabricated and artificial power created through psychological warfare,” he said.

General Salami the enemy has now got engaged in an economic ear against Iran.

   
   

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