Iran says fires missiles to Indian Ocean for first time
Well, this isn’t good news. Iran said on Saturday it test-fired two long-range missiles into the Indian Ocean earlier this year, the first time it has fired missiles into that sea, according to state television.
“Two missiles with a range of 1,900 km (1,180 miles) were fired from Semnan province (in northern Iran) into the mouth of the Indian Ocean,” Amir Ali Hajizadeh, head of the Revolutionary Guards’ aerospace division, told a news conference some of which was shown on television.
Iran usually tests its missiles in extensive deserts in the heart of the country, so the firing into the Indian Ocean is an unusual move, aimed to prove Tehran’s longstanding claims it can hit targets beyond its borders.
Iran says it has home-made missiles with a range of 2,000 km, designed specifically to hit U.S. interests and Israel. Pray for Israel to stay safe.
Wonder if Bambi gave “Imadinnerjacket” a congratulatory telephone call?
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