Iran claims building ‘missile cities’ along Gulf coast 

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Iranian missiles are displayed at Tehran's Islamic Revolution and Holy Defense Museum in this file photo.
Iranian missiles are displayed at Tehran's Islamic Revolution and Holy Defense Museum in this file photo.

TEHRAN — Baring its deadly fangs again, Iran on Monday claimed that it has built underground “missile cities” along the Gulf coastline. The regime has also warned of a “nightmare” for the country's “enemies.”

“We have missile-launching floating cities which we will display whenever our leaders see fit,” Rear Admiral Tangsiri, the commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) navy, was quoted by the Sobh-e Sadegh weekly.

The “enemy” knows about Iran’s “missile cities” but the information it has on them is false, said Tangsiri.

The region will be deprived of peace as long as US forces are present in it, he claimed.

“Wherever the Americans are, we are there too,” Tangsiri said, adding: “I said this years ago, if the Americans make one mistake, we will chase them to the Gulf of Mexico.”

“We will strangle the Americans in places they will not imagine,” he said.

Tangsiri said Iranian forces are present “everywhere” in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.

“We are in places you will not even think of. We are your nightmare,” he was quoted by the weekly as saying. — Agencies


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