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Iran will shatter image of invaders: Air Force Chief

Source: Press TV

The Iranian Air Force commander declares Iran will shatter the image of enemies in the event of any military strike on the country.

“In the event of an attack on the Islamic Iran… we will 'bury their remaining credibility',” Amir-Ahmad Miqani told a congress in Central Province arranged to commemorate the memory of 1400 army soldiers who were martyred during the Iraqi imposed war against Iran.

"Iran has enjoyed the best defense and military readiness over the last three decades."

The enemy thought that it could determine the destiny of the Iranian nation by imposing an unfair war on the country. “In the war Iran exported the Islamic Revolution to the world and the export of the revolution awakened the nations," the top military official stated.

Miqani stressed that the “hands of arrogant powers would be cut off” from the Muslim countries in the near future, saying that the US failure in Lebanon and Palestine stems from the spirit of the Islamic Revolution.

Iran ready to repel any attack
The Commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has slammed the United States sanctions and threats, describing them as threadbare.

Major General Mohammad-Ali Jafari called for constant vigilance to confront the plots hatched by the Islamic Republic's enemies, warning that if they were contemplating an attack on the country they would be sent back home defeated.

The Iranian Commander played down the US psywar against the country saying it had been going on for years now, and that it would lead nowhere.

Jafari added the country's armed forces were ready to repel any offensive that might be launched against Iran.

Government officials would unite more than ever in the face of such threats to secure the interests of the Islamic Republic, he said.  

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