Regime officials cautioned enemy states that Iran has the capability to strike 2,000 enemy bases within 2,000 kilometers.
Iranian Fars News reported:

A senior advisor to the General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces cautioned enemy states about Iran’s military power, saying that a number of 2,000 enemy bases are within the reach of the Iranian military.

“Iran has now reached to a point of progress that can target 2,000 enemy bases within a range of 2,000km,” General Morteza Qorbani said.

The commander stressed Iran’s determination to withstand enemy pressures, relying on its military might and achievements.

In a similar remarks Last month, a senior Iranian commander said the distance between Iran and Israel is the maximum range that Tehran wants for its missiles, saying that Iran does not need missiles with a longer range.

“We don’t need missiles with over 2000km but we have the technology to build them,” Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh told reporters in December.

“Israel is our longest-range target,” the commander underscored.

 

 

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  1. I wish they had one that could hit washington d c…..maybe then we could start all over without the coming bloodshed….

  2. If you negotiate with terrorists you could miss all the splendors of obongocare.

  3. John Graham, you beat me to it….. :-) that was the first thing that popped into my head!

  4. If we had a man in the White House, not a KENYAN, we could call their bluff. Saddam had lots of claims about what he had. Turns out most of it was bluster. Iran is less sophisticated than they claim. Our KENYAN is what makes them dangerous.

  5. Good for them. As a paleoconservative i support Mid-east hegemony. I also support the sovereignty of a nation-state; including Israel.

  6. ++

    just a wee sample:

    Fall 2004

    [Did Iran Train Al-Qaeda?

    Between 1991 and 1996, Osama bin Laden lived in Sudan where he was protected by Hassan Abdullah at-Turabi, the leader of Sudan's National Islamic Front, an Islamist movement. According to the 9-11 Commission, Sudanese officials facilitated meetings between al-Qaeda operatives and Iranian officials, a relationship which blossomed into tactical training:

    Turabi sought to persuade Shiites and Sunnis to put aside their divisions and join against the common enemy. In late 1991 or 1992, discussions in Sudan between al Qaeda and Iranian operatives led to an informal agreement to cooperate in providing support—even if only training—for actions carried out primarily against Israel and the United States. Not long afterward, senior al Qaeda operatives and trainers traveled to Iran to receive training in explosives. In the fall of 1993, another such delegation went to the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon for further training in explosives as well as in intelligence and security. Bin Ladin reportedly showed particular interest in learning how to use truck bombs such as the one that had killed 241 U.S. Marines in Lebanon in 1983. The relationship between al Qaeda and Iran demonstrated that Sunni-Shia divisions did not necessarily pose an insurmountable barrier to cooperation in terrorist operations.]

    October 29, 2005

    Why Haven’t We Seen This?

    [We have a strategy drawn up for the destruction of Anglo-Saxon
    civilization... we must make use of everything we have at hand to
    strike at this front by means of our suicide operations or by means
    of our missiles. There are 29 sensitive sites in the U.S. and in the
    West. We have already spied on these sites and we know how we
    are going to attack them.

    [..]

    The Americans are not ready to send a million men (to defeat the
    Islamic Republic),” Abbasi said. “Even economic sanctions against
    the Islamic Republic will fail thanks to opposition from the Western
    public opinion and the refusal of most countries to implement them.]

    more at link, in connecting links, and scroll threads for more..

    [Islamist-allied operatives appointed by Obama are undermining U.S. security policy - explains counter-Intelligence expert, Prof. Clare Lopez. Aimed at co-opting Americas foreign policy in the Middle East, a network including well-known American diplomats, congressional representatives, figures from academia and the think tank world - with ties to the clerical regime in Tehran - is directing the Obama Administration's policy towards the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Middle East.]

    Iran’s Dirty 9/11 Secrets

    [It has taken nearly ten years, but the real story of Iran’s direct, material involvement in the 9/11 conspiracy is finally coming to light. And it’s being revealed not by the U.S. government or by Congressional investigators but by private attorneys representing families of the 9/11 victims in U.S. District Court.]

    February 16, 2012

    Iran’s Nuclear Program

    [But a United Nations report released in November 2011 challenged
    that claim. The International Atomic Energy Agency released a trove
    of evidence that they said makes a “credible” case that “Iran has
    carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device”
    and that the project may still be under way.

    The report, the harshest judgment that United Nations weapons
    inspectors had ever issued in their decade-long struggle to pierce
    the secrecy surrounding the Iranian program, rekindled a debate
    among the Western allies and Israel about whether increased
    diplomatic pressure, sanctions, sabotage or military action could
    stop Iran’s program.]

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  7. ++

    January 7, 2013

    Iran’s nuclear bomb program complete

    [Iran successfully has built a nuclear bomb with the help of Russia and
    North Korea and has enough weapons-grade uranium and plutonium
    for more, according to a source in the Revolutionary Guards intelligence
    unit.

    The source, who has access to Iran’s nuclear program, said the Islamic
    regime is working out of seven nuclear sites, most unknown to the IAEA,
    and that its nuclear bomb program is complete.]

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