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Iran Renews Terror Threats Against the U.S. Over Slain Terrorist Soleimani

Iran Renews Terror Threats Against the U.S. Over Slain Terrorist Soleimani

Iran’s IRGC chief: “Mr. Trump! Our revenge for martyrdom of our great general is obvious, serious and real.”

Iran has renewed its terror threats against the United States and President Donald Trump over the killing of terrorist mastermind Qassem Soleimani in an airstirke earlier this year. The latest threat was issued by Hossein Salami, chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the regime’s military and foreign terrorist arm.

“Mr. Trump! Our revenge for martyrdom of our great general is obvious, serious and real,” Salami said this week referring to Soleimani who was targeted on President Trump’s order while he was “actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and throughout the region,” according to the Pentagon.

Soleimani, who guided the activities of Hezbllah and other terrorist groups in Iraq and the Middle East, was also directly responsible for the deaths of hundreds of U.S. and coalition service members.

The Associated Press, on Saturday, reported the latest Iranian threats:

The chief of Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard threatened Saturday to go after everyone who had a role in a top general’s January killing during a U.S. drone strike in Iraq.

The guard’s website quoted Gen. Hossein Salami as saying, “Mr. Trump! Our revenge for martyrdom of our great general is obvious, serious and real.”

U.S. President Donald Trump warned this week that Washington would harshly respond to any Iranian attempts to take revenge for the death of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, tweeting that “if they hit us in any way, any form, written instructions already done we’re going to hit them 1000 times harder.”

The president’s warning came in response to a report that Iran was plotting to assassinate the U.S. ambassador to South Africa in retaliation for Soleimani’s killing at Baghdad’s airport at the beginning of the year.

“We took out the world’s number one terrorist and the mass murderer of American troops and many, many troops and many people all over the world,” Trump said. “Qasem Soleimani is dead. He’s dead. Bad guy. Bad guy. Very bad guy.”

After Soleimani was killed to thwart planned attacks on U.S. diplomats and servicemen, the regime is pushing ahead with similar terror plots, news reports suggest. The Iranian regime and its proxy terrorist groups have relentlessly fired rockets at the U.S. embassy and military bases in Iraq — even months before Soleimani’s elimination.

The U.S. intelligence last week uncovered an Iranian terror plot to target the American ambassador to South Africa. According to intelligence reports, the Iranian regime has been planning an assassination attempt against the U.S. envoy. “The Iranian Embassy in Pretoria is involved in the plot,” Politico reported last Sunday quoting U.S. officials.

The threats by the IRGC chief are in line with Iranian leader Ayatollah Khamenei’s call for ‘jihad’ against the U.S. following the airstrike that killed Salami and his top terrorist associates. “All Enemies should know that the jihad of resistance will continue with a doubled motivation, and a definite victory awaits the fighters in the holy war,” Khamenei declared on state television in early January amid chants of “Death to America” by his followers.

Khamenei’s call for jihad was supported by Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah, who heads the Iranian-backed terrorist group in Lebanon. He urged “all resistance fighters worldwide” to join Khamenei’s jihad against the U.S. and its allies.

IRGC chif Salami: “The Muslims Will Leave No Spot Anywhere Safe for the Americans”


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It has been 41 years since Jimmy Carter abandoned the Shah of Iran and turned Iran over to people who abhorred him and the United States. It is inevitable, if the United States remains intact after this election, that one day Iran will bite off more than it can chew and face the fire and destruction Jimmy should have unleashed forty years ago.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to dystopia. | September 20, 2020 at 6:04 pm

    Amen, Iran deserves to be paid back with interest, for every disreputable act.

    I think part of the Israel peace accords with all the muslim neighbors is queuing up a knock out punch for Iran…in laymans terms; everyone in the region is tired of their shit and their going to send Bibi to crack some skulls.

If I were the general, I’d be worried that there’s a Banker Box with his name on it that fits nicely across the seats of an A-330 all ready for his occupancy.
His former colleagues didn’t fare too well y’know.

It is slowly becoming apparent that the death of Soleimani was far more consequential than protecting Americans and cutting out the bounty he placed on American soldiers in Afghanistan. The entire Iranian terror apparatus is in disarray. For what ever reason…perhaps he did not share his contacts with his higher ups, perhaps the cash Obama gave him is now unavailable…sequestered in some Lebanese bank account with no access to others. it also seems to have played a part in the new peace deal.

    PostLiberal in reply to puhiawa. | September 20, 2020 at 1:36 pm

    My guess is that Soleimani was a master diplomat cum terror master. Iran had no one of his caliber to replace him.

Hezbollah has got the little problem of their primary weapons storage facility going up in a mushroom cloud in Beirut. Kinda puts a damper on their plans for awhile.

STFU or you’re next.

I guess after critically damaging our fake aircraft carrier they feel invincible again.

The US killed Soleimani over 8 months ago. Since then, Iran’s geopolitical position has continued to deteriorate. Since his death, Iran’s forces outside Iran have been attacked more than they have attacked. So much for “revenge.”

Strategy Page has pointed out that, contrary to Iran’s hopes and expectations, public opinion in Iraq has supported the killing of Soleimani. Iran expected outrage in Iran over his killing. A lot of Iraqis believe that the presence of a small number of US troops in Iraq is better than Iran running Iraq. The Iraqi leader, for the first time in years, is anti-Iran.

An alternate view is Iran is keeping its powder dry until the election. It calculates that any big attacks against the US will gain votes for Trump. If Biden/Harris get elected, the US will resume making nice with the regime that has been shouting “Death to America” for 40+ years- and acting on it. Just keep quiet until the election, thinks Iran.

Coming from a nation which accidentally sank a wooden mock aircraft carrier thus blocking a port…maybe stfu.

Iran IS capable of punching above their weight. They are able to project power but only within a narrow area. Targeting an Ambassador and following through on an assassination attempt would be not an ideal outcome for Iran.

Trump would have the full support of the American people to conduct a very disproportionate retaliatory response. Please throw Trump into the briar patch on the Eve of a presidential election providing an external enemy for the American people to unite against.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to CommoChief. | September 20, 2020 at 6:42 pm

    As far as I am concerned, Iran has done enough to justify pounding them into the stone age.

    Knock out hydroelectric, break open all water reservoirs, disable their high tension grid, destroy refineries, fuel air bomb military bases, knock out their airforce.

    Then deploy drones identifying and destroying Mullah hats (Or are they rag heads).

Dead Man Walking!

That’s cute.

Forget the stock market: buy life insurance on Salami! And that’s no baloney!

Trump ended Obama’s wars and confronted the terrorists in their sanctuary jurisdictions. The Iranian leaders are unhappy.