BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:45 P.M.) – Brigadier General Ali Fadawi, the deputy commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), revealed that his country “has a lot of information about the attack against the U.S. forces at the Ayn Al-Assad Base, but it is preferable that the Americans recognize themselves the size of the loss they received after the Iranian attack.”

Fadawi said, in a press interview quoted by the Mehr News Agency: “Washington’s lies will be exposed and all dimensions of the Iranian attack on Ayn Al-Assad Base will be clarified through the Americans’ partisan games.”

During his talk about the war in Yemen, he considered that “what the Yemenis did was a reason to defeat the false American and Zionist front and some European countries, Saudi Arabia and the UAE,” stressing that “the Americans are looking for someone to hold them responsible for their defeats in Yemen.”

On the accusations directed at Iran sending weapons to Yemen, the Deputy Commander of the Revolutionary Guards indicated that “it is possible that the Yemenis bought and brought weapons to their country, but this issue is related to them, and the accusations that the Americans direct to other countries are the source of their rudeness.”

Tensions between Washington and Tehran escalated after the U.S. carried out the assassination of Major-General Qassem Soleimani and the Deputy Commander of the Popular Mobilization Units Abu Mahdi Al-Mohandes on January 3rd near Baghdad Airport.

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Karen Bartlett
2020-02-15 18:30

I consider that the order from Mr. Trump to assassinate Gen. Soleimani and Iraqi military officers and others was a war crime. I wish somebody would prosecute him. But if not on this earth, I know God will hold him accountable.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-02-15 22:53
Reply to  Karen Bartlett

I consider that CIA should have liqudated Soleimani at the same time as Mugniyeh in 2008 and that there are enough casus belli done by Iran to demolish the regime just like they did with Gaddafi. In fact, they have even more reasons to go after Iran than they had for Libya or Saddam’s Iraq since the 9-11 Commission has PROVEN that IRGC provided logistical support to 9-11 hijackers. It’s high time to give the Iranian shitlamists their long overdue retribution.

+++ “I know God will hold him accountable.”
=> Only morons believe in supernatural powers, pfff

Brian
Brian
2020-02-16 02:09
Reply to  Daeshbags-Sux

“Only morons believe in the c**p their ZioMedia feeds them…”
There, fixed it for yah…

Jaime Alberto Galarza
Jaime Alberto Galarza
2020-02-16 04:25
Reply to  Daeshbags-Sux

Only morons write about things that they don’t understand. Karen may not be able to prove the existence of God but you can’t prove otherwise either.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-02-17 07:53

What you can’t prove as existing don’t exists.
The only thing to understand about religions is that ALL are scams to lure morons into.
“If you want to become a billionaire in dollars, create a religion” – L.Ron Hubbard, 1962.
QED, this sci-fi author did it, he created Scientology, and became freaking rich.

Jokky
Jokky
2020-02-16 15:05
Reply to  Daeshbags-Sux

Hahaha,what a joke.Dirty Zionist did a job inside 9/11.

Danny the tyranny
Danny the tyranny
2020-03-01 08:24
Reply to  Daeshbags-Sux

I consider you behave yourself or I will find you and torture you with feminist videos

saeed
saeed
2020-02-15 19:48

I do not understand, why Saudi wahabbis can get weapons from the US but Yemeni shias should not get weapons from Iran or any other country?

Coucoumanga
Coucoumanga
2020-02-17 17:38

I told people there is no way the US government and the Pentagon are going to release the names of the dead or injured or even reveal the numbers to the public as long as Trump is a choice candidate…It’s an election year! This will remain classified for years on or even decades…Anyone who knows how Trump speaks or gloats knows that something happened. First, immediately after the attack he said “All is well, so far so good” and nothing else.” TRUMP? Remember after the impeachment acquittal what he did? TRUMP?…And the next day he gave a speech to the… Read more »