Iran says reserves right to avenge Israel’s assassination of IRGC advisors

Iran has condemned in the strongest terms the assassination of five of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) military advisors in an Israeli strike in Syria, saying it reserves the right to respond to the “organized terrorism” by the fake regime of Israel.

“In addition to political, legal and international pursuit of these aggressive and criminal measures, the Islamic Republic of Iran reserves its right to respond to the organized terrorism of the fake Zionist regime at an appropriate time and place,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kan’ani said in a statement on Saturday.

Five military advisors serving for the IRGC mission in Syria were martyred along with a number of Syrian forces in an Israeli attack on a three-story residential building in the Mezza neighborhood of Damascus, which houses several diplomatic missions.

The IRGC named its martyred advisors as Hojjatollah Omidvar, Ali Aqazadeh, Hossein Mohammadi, Saeed Karimi and Mohammad Amin Samadi.

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