Iran threatens again missile strikes on Qatar

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Iran has threatened for the second time to launch missile strikes against its ally Qatar, as it revealed that it is a response to the United States by striking its bases in Qatar, noting that it was ready for taking this action after the downing of Iranian air defenses of the US drone in Iranian airspace.

The commander of the air force space in the Revolutionary Guards, Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, said that his country was ready to respond to the United States after the Iranian air defenses shot down a US drone in the Strait of Hormuz.

Brigadier-Hajizadeh states: "We were certaint that when the first US missile or bomb hit our territory, we will target their bases in Qatar and their ships in the Sea of ​​Oman."

It is not the first time that Iran launches a threat against Qatar; in July 2019 issued the hashtag "#IranThreatensTo HitQatar" on social media platforms, and became a top trend a large, after the leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Hossein Dehghan threatened to strike US bases in Qatar.

Iran seems to have succeeded in transforming Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and his small state into a subordinate. Hamadeen has no independence after turning Doha into a cash cow that finances the terrorist militias in Arab states.

Hossein Dehghan, a former Iranian defense minister and member of the Revolutionary Guards and is adviser to the supreme leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khamenei, renewed his speech to strike Doha, stressing his country's readiness to bomb US bases in the Middle East, including Al Udeid air base near the Emiri Palace in Doha, in addition to Al Sailiya base which hosts hundreds of American soldiers.

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