Iran warn Israel, Western supporters against crossing Iran’s red lines


Iran’s Armed Forces have warned the Israeli regime and its Western backers against crossing the Islamic Republic’s red lines.

Brigadier General Abolfazl Shekarchi, who is spokesman of the Iranian Armed Forces, made the remarks on Monday.

“We remind some of the heads of state of the United States, the UK, France, and Germany to stop their support for the moribund regime of roguish, lawless, terrorist, and child-killing Israel,” the official said.

The Islamic Republic has proven not to be warlike and does not seek expansion of warfare, he said.

However, if anyone, including you and that desperate and helpless regime, oversteps the mark, we will cut off its feet with a more powerful response than the previous one that we served the aggressive and roguish Israel,” he added.

The remarks came in response to some Western states’ expression of support for the Zionist regime following its deadly attack of April 1 against the Islamic Republic’s diplomatic premises in the Syrian capital Damascus.

The Israeli attack resulted in the martyrdom of Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Zahedi, a commander of the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), his deputy, General Mohammad Hadi Haji Rahimi, and five of their accompanying officers.

In retaliation, the IRGC targeted the occupied territories late on Saturday with a barrage of drones and missiles. The retaliatory strikes, dubbed Operation True Promise, has inflicted damage on Israeli military bases across the occupied territories.

Amid speculation about fresh potential Israeli aggression, senior Iranian political and military leaders, including President Ebrahim Raeisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, have warned of a stronger and more severe response.

Shekarchi noted that the Iranian retaliation saw the country’s missiles and drones evading the regime’s and its supporters’ advanced radar systems and its “so-called Iron Dome.”

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