IRGC Chief: US isolated, running away from region
The United States is running away from the region due to resistance of regional nations and has no more room to operate in West Asia, the chief commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has said.
Major General Hossein Salami made the remarks while addressing a ceremony on Thursday, saying, “In the political battle [with the West], Islam and Muslims have emerged victorious and this is a reality... A proof [to this reality] is the humiliating escape of the [American] enemy from Afghanistan.”
The IRGC chief commander added, “The [global] arrogance is fleeing the region as it has no more room to operate in the [West Asia] region, and the US has been marginalized more than ever before.”
Drawing attention to the formation of resistance movements in all parts of the Muslim world, including Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Afghanistan, Salami argued that as a result of that, the enemy forces’ morale has plummeted and they have become frustrated.
The IRGC's top commander noted that in today's world, realities cannot be hidden anymore and every development is being reported to the entire globe in real time.
“The fact of the matter is that Islamic territories are not a safe place for the enemies and Islam does not allow Muslims” to let the region be a safe place for the enemies, General Salami said.
The IRGC chief further stated that “we are in the final stages of the resistance and this juncture has always been difficult, but the Iranian nation is certainly about to score a great triumph.”