Iranian Commander threatens Israel, says ‘No incident will remain unanswered’
Not a single case of martyrdom of the resistance front forces will remain unanswered, said the Iranian Commander of Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Hossein Salami
Iranian Commander wh heads the IRGC, Hossein Salami while warning the Zionist regime of Israel has said that it has to pay the price for every martyr at the proper time and place. In remarks on Thursday, Major General Hossein Salami pointed to plans for Iran’s retaliatory response to the martyrdom of a serviceman of the IRGC Aerospace Force at the hands of the Zionist regime’s elements after a roadside bomb blast near Damascus.
The IRGC had earlier said that colonel Davoud Jafari, who was an adviser of the IRGC Aerospace Force in Syria, was martyred on the morning of November 21 in a roadside bomb explosion near Damascus. Iran blamed the incident an activity of the ‘Zionist regime’s’ elements, blaming Israel.
IRGC Cheif offered his condolences to Leader of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei and the Iranian nation on the martyrdom of colonel Jafari. The IRGC commander said, “If you take a look at the occupied Palestine arena, you’d see that the resistance front, which is an integrated front like a single body, is taking revenge for the martyrs against the Zionists on a daily basis.”
Major General Hossein Salami also said that every single martyrdom would cause the resistance front to exact separate revenge, stressing that every case of revenge would be taken at the appropriate time and location.
“The levels of those measures (revenge on Israel) will be different and they will be taken in due time, God willing,” the general added.
He also reminded that the enemies of Iran that none of the cases of martyrdom of the resistance forces will go unanswered. The IRGC public relations department had already announced that the “fake and criminal Zionist regime” will undoubtedly receive a response for the crime of killing the IRGC adviser in Syria.
ViewsWall World, Courtesy: Tasnim