World

Iran vs USA: Expert exposes Iran and motive behind revenge on US vow | World | News

Iran vs USA: Expert exposes Iran and motive behind revenge on US vow | World | News 46

Tensions between the USA and Iran remain high but seemingly stable. Editor and Presenter at Iran International Sadeq Saba explained why Iran vowed revenge on the US despite Donald Trump’s army being militarily superior. During an interview with Express.co.uk, Mr Saba explained the Iran government wanted an opportunity to “slap the face” of the US by promising revenge and launching an attack against the nation.

He added Iran was in a weak position and would not actively choose to flare up tensions.

Mr Saba said: “The Iranians are not in a situation really to confront the Americans.

“The Iranians do not have the military capability as Iran is also dealing with the cover-up of the Ukrainian airline plane that was shot down.

“Iran is under immense internal pressure for lying to the population.

DON’T MISS: WW3 warning – ‘Cannot afford instability in our part of the world’ 

“Iran is in a weak position so I don’t think they really want to confront the Americans at the moment.

“On the other hand Donald Trump is going through impeachment and reelection and he may not want to enter a war with Iran.

“At the moment I don’t think there is an immediate threat of flaring up tensions but the roots of tension are there.

“I believe Iran rhetoric of taking revenge against the US was for an internal convention.

“They will be able to say Iran has slapped the face of the American superpower as we were able to fire missiles at them.”

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei vowed to negotiate with anyone except the “enemy” US in a statement set to strain relations between the two nations.

He also hailed the missile strikes against America a “slap in the face” in his first sermon in Tehran since 2012.

Related posts

Britain is giving £47 MILLION to superpower China | World | News

news

Russia’s TOP warship sails into EUROPE after UK Skripal accusations | World | News

news

Austrian poll shows slip in center-left support since smear scandal

news

Leave a Comment