IRGC Chief: “Israel” Can’t Cope with Prolonged War in Gaza Strip
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Major General Hossein Salami made the remarks on Wednesday as he addressed a gathering at the premises of the Iranian Foreign Ministry in the capital Tehran.
The occupying regime, from military and political perspectives, cannot manage a war for a sustained period of time, the general pointed out.
Salami went on to highlight that 30% of jobs in the occupied lands have been lost as a result of the entity’s war against Hamas and other Gaza-based resistance groups, emphasizing that the onslaught is also costing the Israeli regime’s economy around $260 million every day.
The main reason behind the continuation of the Gaza war is “Israeli” prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s personal interests, the IRGC chief said, noting the "Israeli" entity exhibited a weak and humiliating response in the face of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood.
He underscored that Palestinian resistance groups have so far employed only a small fraction of their capabilities.
“Zionists and Americans do not act rationally … Palestinian generations have learned whom they should fight against… The oppressed Palestinian nation will win final victory,” Salami said.
The “Israeli” entity waged the war on Gaza on October 7 after the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas carried out Operation Al-Aqsa Flood against the occupied territories in response to the regime’s intensified violence against Palestinians.
More than 16,000 Palestinians have been killed in the US-backed war, most of them women and children.