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US Has ’Brought All Its Might to Battlefield’ With Iran - IRGC Commander

US Has ’Brought All Its Might to Battlefield’ With Iran - IRGC Commander
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By Staff, Agencies

Commander of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps [IRGC] Major General Hossein Salami on Sunday slammed the United States as arrogant, saying that the non-spiritual US has brought "all its forces" to fight against the Islamic republic.

"The Global Arrogance [Western countries led by the US], a power unparalleled in human history, has mobilized all its forces. America is the greatest power in all aspects, and this power has brought all its might to the battlefield with the Islamic Revolution in Iran”, Salami said at the 9th Malek Ashtar festival, Mehr news agency reported.

Salami also noted that the Americans are acknowledging that their leaders have no origins and are empty-minded and non-spiritual. In spite of this, the Islamic Republic of Iran - although it lacks economic and media power - when it moves, it strikes fear in the heart of those selfsame 'arrogant' powers.

Tensions escalated in the Gulf since the Trump administration withdrew last year from the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [JCPOA], also known as the Iran nuclear deal, and then hit Iranian petroleum industries with new sanctions, prompting Tehran to take advantage of treaty backstops to increase its supply of low-enriched uranium.

After Trump designated the IRGC as a terrorist, the Iranian Supreme National Security Council responded by accusing the US government of supporting terrorism, recognizing the US Central Command as a global terrorist organization.

The situation has been exacerbated further after a series of mysterious attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and the Strait of Hormuz, with Washington and its allies placing the blame on Iran and Tehran refuting the accusations.

Salami earlier said that Iran’s defense strategy would become offensive in the event of an "error on the part of the enemy".