Iranian commander threatens to destroy Israel within 25 years

  • Iranian commander threatens to destroy Israel within 25 years

Iranian commander threatens to destroy Israel within 25 years

"We ask everybody to. reject the use of chemical weapons, respect worldwide humanitarian law", he says.

According to CNN, us intelligence monitors the supply of Iranian weapons systems to Syria.

The news network also reported concerns that the transports were replenishing anti-aircraft missiles depleted when Syria targeted Israeli jets carrying out a raid in February.

Ali Shamkhani, the Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council and former defense minister, threatened that Iran would punish Israel for the recent airstrikes on the Syrian Tiyas Airbase, in which advanced Iranian systems were destroyed and which killed at least seven Iranian soldiers. The coordination mechanism on Syria established by the Russian and Israeli militaries, has been operating smoothly and not a single incident has happened so far, Russian Ambassador to Israel Alexander Shein said in an interview with the Ynet news outlet.

The head of the USA military's Central Command (CENTCOM), Gen. Joseph Votel, arrived in Israel Monday night for an unannounced visit, according to Israeli media.

Speaking at a ceremony on Saturday, Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi reiterated the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) will continue to support "the demise of the ominous Zionist regime" of Israel.

"Today I heard the remarks made by the Iranian Foreign Minister who accused Israel of breaking worldwide law".

A separate report said that the target of the air strike was an Iranian drone base.

The agreement allowed Iran to pursue a nuclear energy program - for strictly civilian use - in return for the lifting of longstanding western sanctions.

Iran has access to a variety of surface-to-surface missiles, from short-range Fajr-5 rockets to medium-range Fateh 110 missiles, which have a range of approximately 300 kilometers (190 miles) to long-range Shehab ballistic missiles capable of hitting targets over 1,300 kilometers (800 miles) away.