ons at the U.S. embassy in Iraq on Tuesday ??and said Tehran would be held responsible. Iran h??as rejected the accusation. A protester waves an?? Iraqi flag during a protest to condemn airstrike??s on bases belonging to Hashd al-Shaabi (paramili??tary forces), in Baghdad, Iraq January 1, 20k

20. /??Reuters Photo 'Not leading to war' "We are not le??ading the country to war, but we are not afraid o??f any war and we tell America to speak correctly ??with the Iranian nation. We have the power to bre??ak them several times over and are not worried," ??Revolutionary Guards Commander Brigadier General ??Hossein Salami was quoted by Tasnim as saying. Tr??ump had said in a tweet on Tuesday that Iran woul??d be "held fully responsible for lives lost, or d??amage incurred, at any of our facilities. They wi??ll pay a very BIG PRICE! This is not a Warning, i??t is a Threat." He later said he did not want or ??foresee a war with Iran. Iran's Army chief Major ??General Abdolrahim Mousavi said on Thursday his f??orces were ready to confront the "enemy." "Our ar??med forces ... monitor all moves, and if anyone m??akes the slightest mistake, they will decisively ??react, and if the situation heats up, we will sho??w our Y

abilities to the enemy," Mousavi was quoted?? as saying by state broadcaster IRIB. Supreme Lea??der Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday condemned?? U.S. attacks on Iranian-allied militias in Iraq,?? blaming the United States for violence in Iran's?? neighbor. Iran protested on Wednesday to a Swiss?? envoy, who represents U.S. interests in the coun??try, over what it called "warmongering statements??" by American officials. Iraqi protesters leave U??.Ss

. embassy Following two days of violent protest??s, members and supporters of the Iranian-backed H??ashd al-Shaabi reportedly withdrew from the U.S. ??embassy in Baghdad. The move came after group mem??bers hurled rocks, petrol bombs and smashed doors?? at the embassy compound on December 31 while U.S??. forces stationed on the rooftops fired tear gas?? to disperse them. The groups dispersed after Was??hington dispatched extra U.S. troops and also thr??eatened reprisals against Tehran. Iraq's military?? said that the area was completely secure and the?? U.S. government said they had no plans to evacua??te the facility. The demonstrations broke out aft??er the U.S. launched airstrikes against the TehR


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