IRGC navy commander: Iran fighting enemies at their doors

TEHRAN (FNA)- Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy Commander Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi reiterated the failure of enemies in hitting a blow to the Islamic Revolution using different plots and attempts, and said Iran is now fighting them at their doors.

“Thanks to the martyrs’ blood and presence of Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khamenei, today, the Islamic Revolution is fighting the enemy at borders highly far from the center of the Islamic Revolution which can be interpreted as fighting the enemies in their homes,” Fadavi said, addressing the IRGC personnel and forces in the Northern province of Golestan on Tuesday.

He described the Americans’ attacks on Afghanistan and Iraq and the Zionists’ aggression against Lebanon and the Palestinians as nothing but failure, and said, “The American and Zionist sources have themselves admitted that the conditions of their fronts before and after these attacks are not comparable, and that all their actions have ended in the interest of the righteous front.”

In relevant remarks last month, IRGC Lieutenant Commander Brigadier General Hossein Salami underlined that the US has lost its role as a main player in the Middle East due to Iran’s stronger role and clout in the region.

“The US has become marginalized from a major player in the region and instead the Islamic Republic of Iran has become the sensitive region’s most important administrator,” General Salami said, addressing a group of people in Isfahan city, Central Iran.

He pointed to the efforts by the arrogant powers to prevent the formation of new powers that went against their interests throughout history, and said, “They applied the most severe type of these measures in the case of Iran in the past three decades.”

The IRGC commander reiterated that Iran has no fear of global powers, and said, “We have lined up our might in the face of their excessive demands.”

By Fars News Agency


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