US Unlikely to Attack Iran

US Unlikely to Attack Iran

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Navy commander said Iran’s military capabilities have grown enormously such that the US would not dare attack the country.
“Although the US enmity toward Iran has increased day by day over the past, Washington does not dare take any military action against the Islamic Republic,” Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi said in a television talk show on Sunday, Tasnim News Agency reported.
He referred to a US document listing four military preconditions and nine political prerequisites for an offensive against Iran, saying the US has failed to meet those conditions, otherwise it would not have wasted a moment to launch an attack.
Fadavi noted that what has kept the shadow of war away from Iran has been the active presence of people and their support for the Islamic Republic.
Earlier in the day, Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei hailed people’s continued support for the establishment as the factor for preventing “the specter of war for Iran”.


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