If US remained in Iran, Islamic Revolution wouldn’t reach its 40s

TEHRAN, Nov. 04 (MNA) – Chief-Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps said that if Americans remained in their ‘Den of Espionage’, the Islamic Revolution would not last for forty years.

Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari made the remarks during a rally outside the former US embassy building, also known as the ‘Den of Espionage’, in Tehran on Sunday.

Interim Government of Iran was after diverting the Islamic Revolution with having secret contacts with the United States, he said, adding that university students which followed the late Imam Khomeini’s thoughts couldn’t stand this situation and took over the US embassy.

Following the support of Imam Khomeini, other people also joined the rally and created the ‘second revolution’, he highlighted.

Elsewhere Jafari said that the Pentagon has banned the spreading of any news about Iranian military power among its soldiers in the region so as to not affect their spirit.

He also said that the United States has always faced defeats in its encounters with Iran, adding that Operation Tabas, 8 years of holy defense, and their inability to implement the so-called ‘New Middle East’ policies are among the main US’ failures.

As the western think tanks confess, the US power is waning and its tool of sanctions is losing its effectiveness, he said, adding that with the help of God and resistance of Iranian nation, the recent economic and psychological war will also end with Iran’s victory.

He went on to say that all of the United States’ plots to undermine the security of the country, including those seen in 1999 of Tehran University and in 2009 after presidential election, has been foiled.

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