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Topic - Hassan Firouzabadi
A leading military chief in Iran said America's threats against Tehran mean next to nothing — and that it's the United States that better watch it.
On Nov. 12, two massive blasts at a nearby town rocked Tehran, the Iranian capital, and may have been an attempt to assassinate the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who had been scheduled to be there at the time of the explosions. Now Israel and the West must be prepared for possible Iranian retaliation.
"We are ready for the decisive battle against the U.S. and the Zionist regime," said Gen. Hassan Firouzabadi, the chief of staff of Iran's Armed Forces, according to
Mr. Firouzabadi said any Western threats of an attack on Iran are "just political bluffs" that are easily disregarded, Fars reported.