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Iran threatens to ‘pulverize’ New York and turn it into a ‘hellish ruin’

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The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) issued a statement over its official Telegram channels threatening to destroy New York. The statement was made over the weekend, stating its goal was to develop atomic warheads capable of the mass destruction, and that Iran “can immediately return to the Emad project and build an atom bomb if the Natanz facilities are attacked.”

The Foreign Desk reports that “According to media reports, White House Middle East coordinator Brett McGurk told a group of think tank experts several days ago that the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran is unlikely.”

Additionally, if Iran obtains a nuclear arsenal, “national security experts believe it will conduct its revolutionary goals against American allies in the Middle East and feel empowered enough to act against the state of Israel.”

“Under Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Iranian President Raisi, the Islamic Republic has made clear that it will attack Western powers like America harshly if they continue to stand against the regime” adds the Foreign Desk.

In its threatening statement, Iran submitted an accompanying video titled “When Will Iran’s Sleeping Nuclear Warheads Awaken?” In the short video, Tehran declared that it could use its peaceful nuclear program into a nuclear weapons program quickly if the United States or Israel made any careless mistakes. The video post further stated that Iran could “pulverize” New York and turn it into a “hellish ruin.”

The IRGC video also consisted of officials claiming that Iran’s enrichment process to build atomic weapons in underground facilities has allowed the regime to become a member of the international community’s nuclear world powers. Its nuclear facilities in places like Fordow are built deep under the mountains of Iran, protected against trench-busting bombs and atomic explosions.

The IRGC-linked Bismichi Media Telegram channel said that while the Natanz facility in the Isfahan province is vulnerable to an attack by Western and Israeli forces, other facilities can assume war footing and engage in rapid nuclear breakout projects.

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