Iranian general outlines “red lines” for Israel

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Iranian general outlines “red lines” for Israel

After delivering a massive strike against Israel in response to the bombing of the Iranian consulate in Damascus, official Tehran outlined “red lines.” The representative of the Iranian armed forces, Brigadier General Abolfazl Shekarchi, spoke about them.

According to the Iranian general, the armed forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran are warning Israel and its allies against crossing “red lines.”



Shekarchi:

We remind the heads of some states - the USA, Britain, France, Germany - of the need to stop supporting the collapsing lawless terrorist regime of Israel, the regime of child killers.

According to the Iranian general, Tehran demonstrated its determination, but at the same time emphasized that it is not belligerent and is acting only as a retaliatory measure.

Abolfazl Shekarchi:

But if anyone, including these countries and the helpless regime, crosses the line, then we will cut off the regime's limbs with a much more powerful retaliatory strike than the previous one.

A senior Iranian officer called a new attack on Iran or Iranian diplomatic missions abroad a “red line.”

According to Shekarchi, the previous retaliatory attack on Israel showed that Iranian missiles are capable of easily penetrating the Israeli air defense system:

Our missiles easily bypassed their so-called “Iron Dome”, and this despite the fact that we demonstrated only a small part of our power.

Let us recall that a number of countries, including the United States, are dissuading Netanyahu from further escalation, calling on the Israeli government to abandon another attack on Iran. But Israeli authorities say that “a response will follow in any case.”
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  1. +3
    April 16 2024 06: 37
    As they say, we’ll see how strong their balls are.
    1. +3
      April 16 2024 06: 51
      Iran's balls are strong! Having drawn red lines, he will really and very painfully hit the aggressor in the person of Israel.
      1. 0
        April 16 2024 14: 01
        Quote: vasyliy1
        Iran's balls are strong! Having drawn red lines, he will really and very painfully hit the aggressor in the person of Israel.

        Yes Practice has shown that there is no method against supersonic sound as against crowbar. The experience of modern wars has shown in practice that any system can be bypassed by bombarding it with flocks of cheap flying junk and, choosing the moment, striking with high-precision hypersonic missiles. The Jews realized this so much that they exhaled for another day until they decided to shout victory instead of zrada...
  2. +3
    April 16 2024 06: 40
    "The Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran warn Israel and its allies" -
    “Israeli authorities say that ‘a response will follow in any case’” —

    - Everything is still ahead...
  3. +5
    April 16 2024 06: 41
    Quote: olhon
    As they say, we’ll see how strong their balls are.


    Yeah, and who has bolder red lines?
    This term with red lines in the Kremlin has been worn down to the plinth.
    1. +3
      April 16 2024 08: 45
      The term "red lines" was first coined by the United States...
      And they were the first to start swearing hi
      1. +1
        April 16 2024 10: 41
        Quote: Rage66
        The term "red lines" was first coined by the United States.

        Yeah, Obama promised to leave Assad if he recalculates the red line using chemical weapons. After the provocation of the White Helmets, Obama even sent an AUG to the shores of Syria, and then pretended that it didn’t hurt. As a result, Obama left long ago, but Assad remained.
        But who remembers this now? Just like what the American General Milley blurted out.
        1. 0
          April 16 2024 14: 06
          Quote from: nik-mazur
          Obama even sent an AUG to the shores of Syria, and then pretended that he didn’t want to.

          Obama is not the first. They also wanted to send an AUG to Kim, so he immediately showed an elbow figure of two hands: send it, they say, I’ll drown without thinking! Then I'll take care of Guam. And all - silence, smoothness and God's grace. The Yankees try not to look in his direction anymore...
          1. 0
            April 16 2024 18: 38
            Quote: isv000
            Obama is not the first. They also wanted to send an AUG to Kim

            It seems to me that Kim should have left after Assad. But I won’t insist, maybe the other way around.
    2. -2
      April 16 2024 10: 29
      Quote: Lech from Android.
      This term with red lines in the Kremlin has been worn down to the plinth

      If the Persians really answer for crossing their red lines, then the rating and respect of our “red pencil drawer” will simply collapse to the point of indecentness in comparison with them.
      1. 0
        April 16 2024 18: 43
        Quote: Gritsa
        the rating and respect of our “red pencil artist” will collapse to the point of indecency

        Rating and respect will collapse among whom? If among our all-fuckers and patriotic guards, they have long been spitting poop for any reason. And if abroad, then they have enough of their own scumbags who crap on their governments, but they don’t care about our red lines.
  4. +1
    April 16 2024 06: 43
    The two nations have been antagonists since ancient times.
    Israel did not allow Iran to develop to the best of its ability. But not everything worked out for him. It's all about profit. Where else could you get the maximum profits? This is where the strategic sense passed Israel by.
    Now it is too late to try to “bomb Iran into the Stone Age.” He now has completely modern means of destruction.
    But politically, Iran is no longer alone.
    I think that Israel will break away in Gaza. He must answer, but he will not answer directly.
    1. +8
      April 16 2024 07: 13
      As for “ancient” times, this is too much. There was a Persian Empire, that’s a fact, but I haven’t heard anything about the Jewish Empire.
      1. +4
        April 16 2024 07: 20
        Nothing complicated hi it’s like “great Ukrainians”, by the way, these hooves stick out from Israel Yes .. They came up with it themselves, they believed it themselves.... feel
      2. -2
        April 16 2024 07: 56
        Take the Old Testament, the Torah, and you will be able to see that even in those days there were contradictions among the peoples.
        As for the empire of the Jews, I think it is enough to remember King David.
        1. 0
          April 16 2024 08: 45
          The Torah and the Old Testament are, of course, sources. laughing
          1. -2
            April 16 2024 10: 03
            especially since these are one and the same (tra and the old testament
            1. 0
              April 16 2024 12: 17
              Quote: Talon
              especially since these are one and the same (tra and the old testament

              Not really. The Old Testament is the Tanakh. Includes the “Pentateuch of Moses” (aka the so-called written Torah - 5 books), “Prophets” (12 books), Scripture (12 books). That is, the Torah is part of the Old Testament.
              1. 0
                April 16 2024 12: 45
                I know this, but in the Russian-speaking environment the Torah is more often used instead of TANA"X (many people simply don’t know what TANA"X is)
                1. 0
                  April 16 2024 12: 50
                  Quote: Talon
                  I know this, but in the Russian-speaking environment the Torah is more often used instead of TANA"X (many people simply don’t know what TANA"X is)
                  T in TANACH is the Torah, the rest is Neviim (N) and Ketuvim (H). I mean, it's not exactly the same thing.
          2. 0
            April 16 2024 12: 18
            Quote: Pioneer1984
            The Torah and the Old Testament are, of course, sources.

            Many geographical and purely historical points from there are confirmed by other written sources and archaeological finds.
      3. 0
        April 16 2024 12: 19
        Quote: Pioneer1984

        Pioneer1984
        (Michael)
        +6
        Today, 07: 13
        As for “ancient” times, this is too much. There was a Persian Empire, that’s a fact, but I haven’t heard anything about the Jewish Empire.

        Well, because there was no empire there, but there were kingdoms. First one, then two.
        1. 0
          April 16 2024 12: 30
          The Achaemenid Power (Old Persian (Xšāça) - “Empire”), also known as Medo-Persia, the First Persian Empire, was one of the greatest and longest-lasting empires in history. It existed from 550 to 330 BC. e. and covered a significant part of the Middle East, including the modern territories of Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Turkey and other regions. The history of the Achaemenid state begins with the founding of the Persian Empire by Cyrus II the Great and reaches its peak under Darius I and Xerxes I.

          The Achaemenid state was famous for its organization and centralization. It included many peoples and cultures and was controlled by a powerful administrative apparatus. The empire was divided into provinces, which were led by satraps - the king's governors. The satrapy system ensured control over territories and collection of taxes.
          1. 0
            April 16 2024 12: 48
            he meant the Jewish kingdom, which later turned into two Israeli and Jewish
            1. 0
              April 16 2024 12: 54
              Quote: Talon
              he meant the Jewish kingdom, which later turned into two Israeli and Jewish

              absolutely right
    2. 0
      April 16 2024 09: 48
      The two nations have been antagonists since ancient times.
      Israel did not allow Iran to develop to the best of its ability.

      Under the Shah, Israel had normal relations and good economic ties with Iran.
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Израильско-иранские_отношения#Шахский_Иран_и_Израиль:_экономический_и_политический_союз
    3. -1
      April 16 2024 12: 15
      So until 1979, the countries were allies. Nowadays football fans are quite Iranian nationalists; chants in support of Israel are shouted at the stadiums).
  5. +2
    April 16 2024 07: 05
    Our missiles easily bypassed their so-called “Iron Dome”, and this despite the fact that we demonstrated only a small part of our power.
    This is the main message to Israel - we (Iran) are capable of more, so there is no need to develop new strike plans. Of course, this will not stop Israel, apparently, and a new escalation is just around the corner, and there is only one step left before a real war, no matter how much Iran wants to avoid it.
    1. -6
      April 16 2024 10: 05
      I would like to avoid it, I would not have started shooting at Israel from Hezbollah since October 8th
  6. -1
    April 16 2024 07: 25
    Iranian general outlines “red lines” for Israel
    . A lot of public noise, loud statements... not surprising, this is the norm there.
    The question is... who wants the situation to escalate, or even go into an extreme stage?
  7. +1
    April 16 2024 07: 39
    Is another war on the horizon or an easy exchange of blows?
  8. +1
    April 16 2024 07: 43
    What can I say? The move is made. Let's wait and see whose "red lines" are redder...
  9. +1
    April 16 2024 07: 47
    The illegal Zionist entity must be punished for the genocide of the Palestinian people.
    1. -1
      April 16 2024 12: 23
      Quote: Ezekiel 25-17
      The illegal Zionist entity must be punished for the genocide of the Palestinian people.

      The funniest thing is that your nickname speaks of G-d’s vengeance on the peoples who bring evil to the Jews)))
  10. -2
    April 16 2024 08: 15
    Red lines - already memorized as a joke
  11. 0
    April 16 2024 15: 13
    Esperemos que las líneas rojas de Irán sean rojas de verdad y no como las rusas que se destiñeron rápido a amarillo y que occidente se ha burlado humillantenente de ellas.