IRGC Breaches Air Traffic Controllers in New York With Treats Of Revenge For Soleimani

ICBPS- Air Traffic controllers in New York breached with threats of revenge for Iran’s dead commander Qassem Suleimani. Multiple air traffic controllers in New York heard a chilling threat Monday in audio obtained exclusively by CBS News: “We are flying a plane into the Capitol on Wednesday. Soleimani will be avenged.”

Federal officials are reportedly investigating after a threat was sent to air traffic controllers to attack the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday in retaliation for the 2020 killing of a top FTO-IRGC general.

Officials, however, do not believe the threat to be credible but are investigating the frequency breach. 

Sources declared that regardless of whether the threat itself is plausible, the intrusion itself is considered far more worrisome for its potential to interfere with communications between the controllers and pilots.

ICBPS MORNING BRIEF: Iran IRGC To Hit On All Involved In U.S. Killing Of Terrorist Gen

In September 2020, Iran Supreme Leader’s puppet threatened to kill President Donald Trump. In an Op-Ed, Hossein Shariatmadari threatened that President Donald Trump is the primary target of IRGC to avenge the U.S. killing of top general Qassem Soleimani in early July.

The puppet, whose newspaper is Khamenei’s echo chamber, said “Trump, as the killer of our martyred Haj Qassem Soleimani, should know he will be a primary target of the IRGC for the rest of his life.”

“No matter if he is the president of United States at the time of revenge or not, he will be pursued as IRGC’s main target for the rest of his life,” Shariatmadari added.

In the terrorist-statement, he emphasized that IRGC forces will never give up unless the revenge is done. On September 20, 2020, the chief of Iran IRGC threatened to go after everyone who had a role in the terrorist-general’s January killing during a U.S. drone strike in Iraq.

“Mr. Trump! Our revenge for our great general’s martyrdom is obvious, serious and real,” the IRGC website quoted Gen. Hussein Salami.

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said in November 2020 that Tehran will “give a timely response” to the killing of one of its top nuke scientists, state-run media reported.

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, suspected of being involved in the Khomeinist regime nuclear weapons program, was killed near Tehran on Friday.

Rouhani focused on Fakhrizadeh’s alleged contributions to medicine, stating that he “helped the country in the path of self-sufficiency to produce medicine and other medical equipment.”

The so-called president also warned Israel and “all hostile nations” that Tehran will “rapidly continue its path of progress.”

Day after the assassination of IRGC top member, Mullah the Great Ali Khamenei said all relevant authorities in Iran must “seriously place two crucial matters on their agendas” in the wake of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh’s killing — “First, investigating this crime and firmly prosecuting its perpetrators and its commanders,” and “Second, continuing the Fakhrizadeh’s alleged scientific and technological efforts in all the sectors where he was active.”

Folloing the threats, U.S. President Donald Trump warned that Washington would harshly respond to any Iran’s regime attempts to take revenge for the death of its terrorist-general Qassem Soleimani.

President Donald Trump warned the Iran IRGC, tweeting that “if they hit us in any way, any form, written instructions already done we’re going to hit them 1000 times harder.”

President Donald Trump’s warning came in response to a report that Iran was plotting to assassinate Lana Marks, the U.S. ambassador to South Africa, to retaliate for Soleimani’s killing Baghdad’s airport at the beginning of the year.

“We took out the world’s number one terrorist and the mass murderer of American troops and many, many troops and many people all over the world,” said President Donald Trump. “Qassem Soleimani is dead. He’s dead. Bad guy. Bad guy. Very bad guy.”

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