您现在的位置是:主页 > 365bet体育在线app下载 > 伊朗將如何報復美國專家軍事選項多,對有人戰機或不客氣

2020-01-06 22:38   来源:  www.femme-cast.com   评论:0 点击:



Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme spiritual leader, has vowed \"harsh revenge\" for US airstrikes that killed Qassim Suleimani, commander of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps \"Al-Quds Brigade.\"


Brigadier-General Khatami, Iran's defence minister, warned that Iran would retaliate against \"all those involved in and responsible for the assassination of Sulaimani\" and \"we will retaliate severely against Suleimani for the unjust assassination.\"


Iran's foreign minister, mr zarif, also condemned the u.s.'s actions, tweeting that the u.s. would take all responsibility for its \"rogue ventures\" and that \"the assassination of mr. sulimani would only strengthen anti-american forces in the middle east \".


Iraq's shia religious leader, al-sadr, announced that the \"mahdi army\" would re-operate after the attack on mr. suleimani, a shia militia that has repeatedly attacked u.s. forces in iraq, the israeli times reported on 3. Moreover, Lebanon's Hezbollah leader, Nasrallah, has vowed to avenge the death of Suleimani.


\"Agents are highly likely to retaliate militarily, such as al-Houthi, Hizbullah, and Iraq's Shi'ite forces, with many missiles and drones.\" military expert dong jian told surging news ().


Iran has a wide range of agents in the Middle East. In the Middle East last year, oil tankers and attacks on Saudi oil production facilities were blamed by Western intelligence agents, but Iran denied the allegations.


In May, when two Saudi oil tankers and two United Arab Emirates merchant ships were \"deliberately damaged\" in the waters of the United Arab Emirates, then-U.S. presidential national security assistant Bolton said the U.S. was almost certainly involved in the attack by Iranian mines.


In June last year, two oil tankers again suffered an unknown attack in the Gulf of Oman, near the Strait of Hormuz. Afterwards, the United States accused Iran of being \"behind the scenes\" and released a suspected video of the attack. Video shows a suspected speedboat belonging to Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps moored next to the attacked Japanese oil tanker, from which someone removed the unexploded mines.


Last september, two oil-production facilities in saudi arabia were attacked, causing oil production to shrink by more than 50% over time. The Yemeni Houthi, who fought with Saudi Arabia, announced its responsibility for the attack on the same day, saying it had launched 10 drone strikes against Saudi Arabia and vowed to launch a \"broader and more painful\" attack on Saudi Arabia. But the Saudi military and U.S. intelligence agencies believe the Iranian-linked Houthis have used more sophisticated cruise missiles in the attack, in addition to drones.


Reuters reported that an anonymous u.s. official noted that at least 17 air attack systems were involved, although not all air attack systems were successfully targeted. Saudis have found some of the missing air attack systems, including parts for suspected cruise missiles, in the north of the hit oil facility.


ArmsControlWonk, the arms control website, wrote that a comparison of the suspected missile wreckage found in the Saudi desert with the Al-Quds-1 cruise missile displayed by Houthi forces showed that the shapes of the two engines, the wing layout, the rear single-shaped engine cover and the exhaust port were extremely similar, and that the debris in the Saudi desert should belong to the Al-Quds-1 cruise missile.


According to a U.N. report released in January 2018, Houthis armed a new missile with a range of 1,200 km to 1,500 km has been able to attack cities such as the Saudi capital Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. At the same time, many of the high-value parts of the drone debris used in the attack were imported, and the United Nations reported that Houthis had the capability to use imported parts to assemble remote drones.