No country mentioned, but the warning appears intended for the US-led coalition on the Red Sea against Houthi attacks. Meanwhile, the number of victims in the attack on Kerman claimed by ISIS rises to 91
Tehran threatens to reach “the enemy” whether far or nearwhile in a ceremony in Bandar Abbas unveils a new ship, the ‘Abu Mahdi’, and 100 missile launchers. During a ceremony in the southern port on the Persian Gulf, the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Hossein Salamithunders: “Today we are facing an all-out battle with the enemy. We must defend our national interests wherever they extend. It will be harmful for the enemy to be near and halfway. He should stay away from this area.”
Salami did not mention any country but the reference appears to be to the American-led coalition of 22 nations engaged in patrolling the Gulf and the Red Sea against Houthi attacks Yemenis supported by Tehran.
Attack in Kerman, toll rises to 91 victims
The number of victims in the attack three days ago in Kerman, claimed by ISIS, has risen to 91, which occurred during the commemorations for the fourth anniversary of the death of General Qassem Soleimani, killed in an American raid in Baghdad. This was announced by Irib TV, specifying that the two latest victims are an 8-year-old child and a 67-year-old man. About a hundred people still remain hospitalized, of which 11 are in critical condition.