Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi warned Israel that his military would strike the center of the Zionist regime if Tel Aviv made the smallest movement against Iran.
However, the government in Tehran often makes such bellicose statements on National Army Day, a yearly occasion marked with parades and shows of strength.
The message to the Zionist regime is that if you are after normalizing relations with some countries in the region, you must know that not even your smallest secret movements are hidden from our intelligence.
Israel’s recent so-called normalization of diplomatic ties with several derailed Arab states, including the United Arab Emirates, Morocco and Bahrain were established to deploy more military hardware to the borders of Iran, just like NATO does with Russia.
Iran’s leaders usually use National Army Day to issue such threats to Israel and the USA. Last year’s National Army Day parade featured a display of drones daubed with several anti-Zionist slogans.
However, Iran has followed through on its threats as of late. Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) launched a volley of precision missile strikes at the Zionists strategic center of plotting and evil in the northern Iraqi city of Erbil.
Of course, as always Israel denied operating any such headquarter facilities in Iraq, but suddenly behind the scenes, talks aimed at restoring the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) have stalled?
The JCPOA is the official title of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Signed by Iran and the USA, UK, Russia, France, Germany, China and the EU, the deal promised Iran sanctions relief in exchange for a halt to its nuclear program.
After a year of negotiations in Vienna, Austria, a deal appeared close at hand in February. Russia sought assurances that sanctions imposed on Moscow following its intervention in Ukraine would not prevent it from trading with Iran.
While Russia said it received these assurances, Iran then demanded that Washington provide guarantees that any future US president would not withdraw from a new second agreement.
Furthermore Iran asked the USA to remove the IRGC from its list of terrorist organizations and replace the move with ISIS and Al Qaeda or Boko Haram.
RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2022.