Nov 20, 2023 07:33 UTC
  • IRGC: Hamas shattered Israel’s delusion of grandeur; US rushed to take over

A senior commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the United States was forced to run Israel after the occupying regime was defanged at the hands of the Gaza-based Palestinian resistance fighters in their October 7 operation.

Deputy Commander of the IRGC’s Quds Force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Fallahzadeh said that Hamas fighters hit the Zionist regime “like lightning” in Operation Al-Aqsa Storm and “humiliated” it after attacking steel forts, concrete walls, and multi-meter-high fences.

“The Palestinian resistance forces shattered the Zionist enemy’s grandeur and disrupted and destroyed its intellectual dome in the field of management, thus the US was forced to take over the regime’s management,” General Fallahzadeh said on Sunday.

He further noted that the Palestinian resistance managed to demolish Israel’s intelligence system, defeat its military, and damage its security.

The IRGC commander also emphasized that the Zionist regime has “achieved nothing” in its heavy aggression, bombings, artillery fire, and direct attacks by tanks and personnel carriers against the besieged Gaza Strip.

The occupying regime is massacring Palestinian people out of “weakness and desperation,” he said.

“The enemy fights with the innocent, oppressed people of Gaza and does not dare battle with resistance groups.” Fallahzadeh asserted.

“Hamas is indelible and the truth is victorious. It is the falsehood that will be destroyed.”

He also said that over the past 75 years, the Zionists have committed crimes in the Occupied Territories, displaced 7 million defenseless Palestinians, and massacred more than 150,000 people.

Israel waged the brutal war on Gaza on October 7 after Hamas launched Operation Al-Aqsa Storm in the Occupied Territories.

Since the start of the aggression, the Tel Aviv regime has massacred 13,000 Palestinians, including more than 5,500 children and 3,500 women, and injured at least 30,000 others.