Iran doesn’t need missiles of more than 2,000km range
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari said Tuesday that Iran is capable of increasing the range of its missiles, but “Based on the policies specified by the Leader (Ayatollah Khamenei), the range of our missiles is limited to 2,000km… because the Americans are in a 2,000km radius from our country and their attacks will be responded.” Jafari went on to say: “The Americans fear the consequences of war with Iran and know that if such a war starts, they will lose and therefore, they are after hitting a blow to the Islamic Republic through soft war and economic pressure.”
2 thoughts on “Iran doesn’t need missiles of more than 2,000km range”
What a bunch of nonsense. Even the mighty army of our enemy (IDF) would not stand a chance against the US.
Now what, an atomic ayatollah of the religion of peace, writes fatwas on rocket launching?
Islam turned upside down in Iran, would Khamenei call it Malsi, and scream Uhalla Rabka, I will not be surprised.