Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps cautioned the enemies to abandon wrong moves and plots and avoid challenging the Iranian nation, saying that, otherwise, they’d receive a shattering response that would make them regret their moves.
In comments on Wednesday, Major General Hossein Salami advised the enemies to learn lessons from 42 years of confrontation with the Islamic Republic, which he said has become stronger and more determined than ever.
The adversaries had better drop the wrong and futile plots against Iran, because the Islamic Republic’s response would be “destructive and devastating” in such a way that they would regret their moves, the commander said.
The general advised the enemy to refrain from confrontation with the Iranian nation, because Iranians are steadfast and strong.
He also pointed to the formation of a new administration in Iran, saying the Islamic Republic, unlike the US, is experiencing a calm, healthy and graceful transition of power in a political process.