Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard commander Amir Ali Hajizadeh has warned that Iran is ready for a “total war” with the United States. Hajizadeh made the warning on Sunday (September 15) for the United States. Iran’s semi-government news agency Tasnim reported the news.
Yemeni Houthi rebels launched drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s largest oil processing plant and oil mine in the world last Saturday (September 14). This has a dire negative impact on the global oil market. Saudi Arabia and their Western allies consider the Houthis ‘Iranian drunkards’.
Washington blamed Iran for the attack on Sunday (September 15th). They also said they were ready to fight Tehran if they had enough evidence. The Iranian commander said he was “ready to go to war” with Washington in response to the United States’ angry response to such “untoward” claims.
Hajizadeh said the United States should be aware that all US bases and airplanes within 2,000 kilometers of the area are covered by Iranian missiles. We are always ready for total war.
On the same day, the Iranian Foreign Ministry called the involvement of Tehran in the Saudi attack on the case inappropriate. They cite such slander as an “excuse” to engage in a war with Iran.
In a statement in this regard, ministry spokesman Abbas Moussavi said that such vain and blind allegations are unthinkable, untrue. In the future, attempts are being made to justify such an allegation against Iran.
Earlier, the Yemeni Houthi group claimed responsibility for the attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil plant, but US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed Iran for the matter directly in a social media Twitter message. There is no evidence that the attack was carried out from Yemen, he wrote. Iran has launched an associate degree new attack on the world’s energy offer.
Immediately after Pompeo’s remarks, US President Donald Trump also threatened those involved in the attack. Trump wrote on Twitter for the attackers: ‘Saudi Arabia’s oil supply has been affected.
There is reason to believe that the criminals we know, (we) are ready (locked and loaded), only dependent on the accuracy (information about who is involved in the attack). We want to hear from the Saudis that they believe who is involved in the attack and which way we can go forward (Action).