Iran claims to be operating ‘guerrilla movement’ within the United States


In a newly released video, a high-ranking official in Iran is heard speaking about a “guerrilla movement” which is referring to Iranian agents living and working in the United States.

According to the Toronto Sun, in the video Hassan Abbasi, a high-ranking official with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), said Iran does not need nuclear weapons because the country already has plans to “destabilize” the U.S. from within.

“[The U.S.] possesses 6,000 nuclear warheads,” Abbasi said. “These 6,000 nuclear warheads are targets of our plans for our guerrilla movement.”

The Iranian official continued to talk about how the movement has enabled Iran to identify weaknesses within the United States.

“We have identified the United States’ Achilles’ heel,” said Abbasi. “We [know] all their ground, naval, air, technological, and other vulnerabilities. We will provide specific addresses and coordinates to global guerrilla armies.”

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According to the report, the IRGC’s covert military branch, Qods Force is listed as a terrorist entity in Canada. In the video, Abbasi indicates that Iran is not the only country involved in the “guerrilla movement.”

“It won’t be an Iranian-only guerrilla movement, but from all Islamic countries,” said Abbasi. “You can deport them all, but we are working with Mexicans and Argentinians, too. We will organize anyone who has problems with the United States.”

The Toronto Sun reports the video is not dated but was uploaded to YouTube on Feb. 1.

H/T: Toronto Sun

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