TEHRAN – The Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Hussein Salami on Tuesday underlined the downfall of the enemies of Iran, and said the Zionist regime is on the verge of political collapse.
Speaking at a cultural conference in Iran’s western city of Shahr-e-Kord, Major General Salami said the enemies of the country are on the decline.
He noted that a review of the news on the political community of the Zionist regime indicates that the regime is experiencing political dissolution.
The commander also pointed to the calamities the Americans are grappling with, saying the U.S. is looking for a graceful escape and cannot remain in Islamic territories.
The enemies have become depressed and withered, lack the power to pursue their objectives, are desperately looking for a way to withdraw, and suffer injuries from widespread defeats, the general stated.
He also highlighted Iran’s growing capabilities, adding, “We will be among the world powers in the near future.”
His comments came after the Zionist regime’s governing coalition announced that it will dissolve parliament, or the Knesset, next week, which means that the government will disband.
The Zionist government has been fragile since it first took office over a year ago.
Many Zionists are tired of elections, and the prospect of another one before the end of the year may lead to more apathy.
Earlier on Monday, at a ceremony at the IRGC Sarallah Headquarters in Tehran, General Salami said that the armed forces will not let the enemies disrupt Iran’s security.
He highlighted that creating security would mean that security should be deep-rooted that nothing and nobody could interrupt it.
Referring to the foe that tries to turn the people against the government in Iran, he noted that all apparatuses must boost their efforts to create security so that people can see the result of their efforts for themselves.
The IRGC chief reiterated that through serving the people and people’s support for the government we will not let the enemies be able to endanger the country’s national security.