100,000 Qaem missiles in Lebanon trained on Israel: Iran cmdr.


TEHRAN : A senior Iranian commander says the Tel Aviv regime is on the verge of com­plete collapse, stressing that more than 100,000 Qaem mis­siles based in Lebanon are ready to target the Israeli-oc­cupied Palestinian territories.

“Today, only in Leba­non, more than 100,000 Qaem missiles are ready for launch… so that any time the Zionist regime seeks to repeat its previous mis­takes with miscalculations, these missiles would… come down on the heart of the Zionist regime and be the prelude for a big col­lapse in the modern era,” Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the second-in-com­mand of the Islamic Revolu­tion Guards Corps (IRGC), said on the occasion of the International Quds Day in the pre-sermon address to worshippers at the weekly Friday Prayers in Tehran.

He added that tens of thousands of other long-range missiles with a diverse range of destructive power and great precision are based in different parts of the Mus­lim world and are ready to “wipe out one malevolent and black spot from the politi­cal geography forever.”

The Iranian command­er said that the Israeli re­gime’s military planning doctrine has no “strate­gic depth”, adding that grounds have been pre­pared in the Muslim world to wrest back the occupied Palestinian territories from the Israeli regime.

Salami added that the era of Israeli and US domi­nance over the Muslim world has come to an end and they have understood that they must change their policies.

The late founder of the Is­lamic Republic of Iran, Imam Khomeini, named the last Fri­day of the lunar fasting month of Ramadan as the Interna­tional Quds Day.

Each year, millions of people around the world stage rallies on this day to voice their support for the Palestinian nation and re­peat their call for an end to the Tel Aviv regime’s atroc­ities and its occupation of the Palestinian territories.

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