Published: Fri, July 27, 2018
Markets | By Erika Turner

Iranian military commander warns Trump

Iranian military commander warns Trump

Soleimani, who as Quds Force commander is in charge of the Revolutionary Guards' overseas operations, responded: "Trump's language is still the ethics of nightclubs and gambling halls".

The general has been photographed on battlefields from Mosul to Aleppo and his image is plastered on billboards across Iran but he speaks only rarely in public.

His remarks came in reaction to Donald Trump's tweet on Sunday, in which the United States president threatened Iran with what "few throughout history have suffered before". You may begin a war, but it is us who will end it.

"We're close to you, we're in places you cannot even imagine", Solemani warned in an interview with state-owned Iranian Al-Alam news agency.

Rouhani recently warned the US that war with Iran is "the mother of all wars".

The claims come as the US President this week fired off a thundering, all-caps tweet warning the Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, of war.

"As far as Indian Oil is concerned, we are always very well prepared for the eventualities", said Subodh Dakwale, executive director (corporate communications and branding) and national spokesperson, IOC.

Iran's Guards commanders have threatened to destroy United States military bases across the Middle East and target Israel, which Iran refuses to recognise, within minutes of being attacked.

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The Trump's administration threat to impose sanctions on Iran's oil exports can have grave consequences.

In May, Trump withdrew the United States from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran and announced that the United States is moving to reimpose tough sanctions.

Senior figures in the [Malcolm] Turnbull Government have told the ABC they believe the United States is prepared to bomb Iran's nuclear capability, perhaps as early as next month, and that Australia is poised to help identify possible targets.

In June, the citizens expressed anger at the Iranian regime's intervention in foreign conflicts throughout the Middle East in which money has been funneled towards the backing of terrorist groups.

Saudi Arabia said on Thursday it was temporarily halting all oil shipments through the strategic Red Sea shipping lane of Bab-el-Mandeb after an attack on two oil tankers by Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi movement.

He said the Red Sea, which used to be a safe place, is no longer safe for Americans today.

To the question on oil from alternative countries being available on the same commercial terms as that from Iran, he said: "Oil PSUs import crude oil mainly keeping in view the domestic requirement".

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