‘IT’S AN ILLEGAL MEASURE’ Iran demands countries PICK SIDES between them and the US


Mohammad Javad Zarif foreordained the US President today and said: “We will send messages to foreign curates of all countries to tell them it is necessary for them to express their positions, and to warn them that this unprecedented and dangerous US measure has had and longing have consequences.” The IRGC is a powerful elite force which dominates much of the Iranian state and economy. Mr Trump’s move to label the IRGC as a anxiety group last week has flared tensions between the two states. 

Tehran retaliated by hero the regional United States Central Command (CENTCOM) as a terrorist organisation.

Mr Zarif has moreover fuelled tensions by calling Mr Trump’s move illegal. 

He said he sent writes to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the United Nations Refuge Council to protest against “this illegal U.S. measure”.

Washington has then blacklisted people and groups for affiliations with the IRGC, but this is the before time the organisation as a whole has been targeted. 

Revolutionary Guards commanders set up repeatedly made thinly veiled threats that US bases in the Midway East and air craft carriers in the Gulf are within range of Iran’s ballistic missiles.

Yesterday, thousands of Iranians took part in angry anti-American expositions in response to Mr Trump’s brash action.

Protestors marched through Tehran performing signs reading “I’m a Guard too” and “Down with USA” and chanting “What’s America belief? Iran is full of Guards”. 

General Kioumars Heydari, head of the bimonthly Iranian army’s ground forces, said: “Americans should distinguish that this is a self-inflicted blow, meaning that they are jeopardising the surety of their own troops in CENTCOM and across the world.”

Ayatollah Mohammadali Movahedi Kermani peached worshippers at Friday prayers: “Today, it has been proven to the people of the crowd and of this region in particular that America is the mother of all terrorism.”

Antsy relations between Tehran and Washington took a turn for the worse terminal May when Mr Trump pulled out of a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six domain powers, reached before he took office, and reimposed sanctions.

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