Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

June 19, 2017

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Sunday, six ballistic missiles&nbsp;<span style=""><a dataquery="#textLink_j470ct4i">launched</a></span>&nbsp;by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) launched from western </span><span style="">Iran,</span><span style=""> and came crashing down on their targets in Syria’s eastern governorate of Deir Ezzor. The attack, Iranian officials said, was retaliation for the Islamic Sate’s June 7 terror attacks in Tehran, which left 18 people dead. &nbsp;An IRGC spokesman said the attack was also a “warning message” for the terror group’s “regional and international allies.”&nbsp;Iran’s top leadership has left little doubt </span><span style="">who</span><span style=""> it believes those allies are. In an earlier speech, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei responded to President Donald Trump’s remarks accusing Iran of being the godfather of terrorism in the Middle East. “You [the United States] and your agents are the </span><span style="">source</span><span style=""> of instability in the Middle East,” the Iranian leader charged. “Who created the Islamic State? America.”</span></p>

Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

June 19, 2017

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Sunday, six ballistic missiles&nbsp;<span style=""><a dataquery="#textLink_j470ct4i">launched</a></span>&nbsp;by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) launched from western </span><span style="">Iran,</span><span style=""> and came crashing down on their targets in Syria’s eastern governorate of Deir Ezzor. The attack, Iranian officials said, was retaliation for the Islamic Sate’s June 7 terror attacks in Tehran, which left 18 people dead. &nbsp;An IRGC spokesman said the attack was also a “warning message” for the terror group’s “regional and international allies.”&nbsp;Iran’s top leadership has left little doubt </span><span style="">who</span><span style=""> it believes those allies are. In an earlier speech, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei responded to President Donald Trump’s remarks accusing Iran of being the godfather of terrorism in the Middle East. “You [the United States] and your agents are the </span><span style="">source</span><span style=""> of instability in the Middle East,” the Iranian leader charged. “Who created the Islamic State? America.”</span></p>

Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

June 19, 2017

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Sunday, six ballistic missiles&nbsp;<span style=""><a dataquery="#textLink_j470ct4i">launched</a></span>&nbsp;by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) launched from western </span><span style="">Iran,</span><span style=""> and came crashing down on their targets in Syria’s eastern governorate of Deir Ezzor. The attack, Iranian officials said, was retaliation for the Islamic Sate’s June 7 terror attacks in Tehran, which left 18 people dead. &nbsp;An IRGC spokesman said the attack was also a “warning message” for the terror group’s “regional and international allies.”&nbsp;Iran’s top leadership has left little doubt </span><span style="">who</span><span style=""> it believes those allies are. In an earlier speech, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei responded to President Donald Trump’s remarks accusing Iran of being the godfather of terrorism in the Middle East. “You [the United States] and your agents are the </span><span style="">source</span><span style=""> of instability in the Middle East,” the Iranian leader charged. “Who created the Islamic State? America.”</span></p>

Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

Iran’s Islamic State Problem Isn’t Going Away

June 19, 2017

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Sunday, six ballistic missiles&nbsp;<span style=""><a dataquery="#textLink_j470ct4i">launched</a></span>&nbsp;by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) launched from western </span><span style="">Iran,</span><span style=""> and came crashing down on their targets in Syria’s eastern governorate of Deir Ezzor. The attack, Iranian officials said, was retaliation for the Islamic Sate’s June 7 terror attacks in Tehran, which left 18 people dead. &nbsp;An IRGC spokesman said the attack was also a “warning message” for the terror group’s “regional and international allies.”&nbsp;Iran’s top leadership has left little doubt </span><span style="">who</span><span style=""> it believes those allies are. In an earlier speech, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei responded to President Donald Trump’s remarks accusing Iran of being the godfather of terrorism in the Middle East. “You [the United States] and your agents are the </span><span style="">source</span><span style=""> of instability in the Middle East,” the Iranian leader charged. “Who created the Islamic State? America.”</span></p>