Death to America: Do Not Cross the Red Line, IRGC chief warns US and allies

Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) chief, General Hossein Salami on Monday warn the United States and its allies not to cross Tehran's red lines as the country is capable of destroying the US and allies if red lines are crossed.

General Salami, adressing the pro-Tehran demostrators said: "We have shown restraint ... we have shown patience towards the hostile moves of America, the Zionist regime [Israel] and Saudi Arabia against the Islamic Republic of Iran ... but we will destroy them if they cross our red lines."

IRGC leader accused the US, the United Kingdom, Israel and Saudi Arabia of encouraging the unrest, in which dozens were killed by Iran's security forces.

Iranian demonstrators descended on Enqelab (Revolution) Squarewaving with Iranian flags and banners that read "Death to America" and "Death to Israel".

Some in the crowd set fire to American flags.

IRGC chief General Hossein Salami
Just like the case in the Animal Farm by George Orwell, Snoball must be blame for whatever happen in the farm. Washington government because of its bad foreign policies under President Donald Trump is the reason the Iranians are undergoing unimaginable pains which necessitated the rise in fuel prices,

In May last year US unilaterally withdrew from an international deal that gave Iran relief from sanctions in return for curbs on its nuclear programme.

Perior to the Monday rally , Iranian foreign ministry condemned the "interference of foreign countries" in the street violence because the Sec of state Mike Pompeo  had last week issued a statement in support of the protesters.

The spokesman of the Iran's Foreign Ministry, Abbas Mousavi said: "We recommend they watch the rallies taking place these days in our country so they realise who the real people are in our country." .

With this pro-govenment rally, it is now belived thet Tehran has overcome the week long violent protests that crippled socio-economic activities in many iranian cities which the Amnesty International said on Monday claimd the lives of 146 demonstrators across Iran since its leaders ordered security forces to stamp out the protests.

Government denied the Amnesty death toll, calling the rights group "biased" and saying only the Tehran authorities could provide accurate figures.

At least 100 banks and dozens of buildings were torched during the violence demostratons, the worst disturbances in Iran since unrest over alleged election fraud was crushed in 2009.

Severe punishment await the rioters as the some politicians called for the "execution" of the "ringleaders of the riots"

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