Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

October 29, 2019

<p class="font_8">In an&nbsp;Oct. 2 speech&nbsp;to the top commanders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, asked them to be ready for “big events.” In characteristically vague language, Khamenei was issuing a warning to his domestic opponents, President Hassan Rouhani, and the country’s foreign foes. His choice of speaking to the IRGC bosses was anything but coincidental.</p>

Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

October 29, 2019

<p class="font_8">In an&nbsp;Oct. 2 speech&nbsp;to the top commanders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, asked them to be ready for “big events.” In characteristically vague language, Khamenei was issuing a warning to his domestic opponents, President Hassan Rouhani, and the country’s foreign foes. His choice of speaking to the IRGC bosses was anything but coincidental.</p>

Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

October 29, 2019

<p class="font_8">In an&nbsp;Oct. 2 speech&nbsp;to the top commanders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, asked them to be ready for “big events.” In characteristically vague language, Khamenei was issuing a warning to his domestic opponents, President Hassan Rouhani, and the country’s foreign foes. His choice of speaking to the IRGC bosses was anything but coincidental.</p>

Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

Iran’s IRGC Has Long Kept Khamenei in Power

October 29, 2019

<p class="font_8">In an&nbsp;Oct. 2 speech&nbsp;to the top commanders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, asked them to be ready for “big events.” In characteristically vague language, Khamenei was issuing a warning to his domestic opponents, President Hassan Rouhani, and the country’s foreign foes. His choice of speaking to the IRGC bosses was anything but coincidental.</p>