Iran warns to bomb Israel and UAE in case of helping US with bases

“We are warning all American associates, who gave their bases to its terrorist army, that any territory that is the starting point of aggressive acts against Iran will be targeted,” The Guard said.

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  • According to another Iranian news channel, UAE and Israel will be bombed in case of the US retaliation.
  • In a drone attack on Friday, the US killed the top Iranian General Qassem Suleimani in Iraq.
  • The Pentagon says the missiles were ‘launched from Iran’ to target U.S. forces in Iraq.

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Iran has warned to bomb Israel and UAE if the US fights back for its ballistic rocket attack at two Iraqi bases lodging US troops.

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In a drone attack on Friday, the US killed the top Iranian General Qassem Suleimani in Iraq. To revenge that attack Iran fired several ballistic missiles at two Iraqi bases lodging American troops.

In an attack on Tuesday, the Ayn al Asad airbase and the Erbil base were both attacked by the Iranian missiles.

The Iranian Guard leader threatened the United States and its regional associates against reacting over the missile strike.

The Revolutionary Guards issued the warning through an announcement carried by Iran’s news agency.

American Associates 

“We are warning all American associates, who gave their bases to its terrorist army, that any territory that is the starting point of aggressive acts against Iran will be targeted,” The Guard said.  

According to another Iranian news channel, UAE and Israel will be bombed in case of the US retaliation.

The Pentagon says the missiles were ‘launched from Iran’ to target U.S. military and coalition forces in Iraq. 

The US president, Donald Trump, also tweeted after the recent attacks by Iran on the US troops in Iraq.


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