Iran unveils new missile launching system

Iran unveils new missile launching system
Iran unveils new missile launching system



Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) unveiled a new missile system Wednesday capable of consecutively launching multiple, long-range ballistic missiles. unveiled 


The automated launcher was said to be a smart, entirely homemade product.


The IRGC commander, Hossein Salami, introduced the new system with his signature scathing rhetoric against Iran’s “enemies” and a message of defiance to the United States and European countries that Iran’s missile program is not up for negotiation.


“Our missiles make our enemies shiver and force them into retreat. … And if need be, this fearsome program will impose our political will upon them.”


Salami ordered the IRGC’s Aerospace Division to “constantly keep hands on the trigger.”


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And the unit’s commander, Amir Ali Hajizadeh, issued a warning of his own after the unveiling ceremony, saying, “The enemies will face a heavy barrage of missiles if they make the tiniest mistake.”The IRGC inauguration coincided with tight ballot counting in the US presidential election, where the two candidates, despite disagreeing on many issues, have both shared concerns about Iran’s missile program, albeit with different tones. The same worries have for years also been expressed by the United Nations and European leaders, who have pressed Iran to come to the negotiating table to discuss its missiles; this is a demand the Iranian leadership has adamantly rejected, defending its missile program as a legitimate right guaranteed by its doctrine of deterrence. The missile program has been a recurring motif in speeches by Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who is also the country’s commander in chief. Khamenei has continuously called on the IRGC to boost missile know-how, shrugging off Western worries as 
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