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US Overpowered by Islamic Revolution: Iran

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps praised the Islamic Revolution’s success in withstanding the pressures and overcoming the wars and sanctions over the past 42 years, saying the US has been trounced by the Islamic Republic’s power and determination.

In a statement marking the 42nd anniversary of victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, the IRGC said the global arrogance, led by the “hated and criminal US regime”, has constantly been overpowered by the Iranian nation’s greatness, might and firm resolve.

Pointing to the enemy’s miscalculations in the face of the Islamic Republic that have disgraced the White House, the statement said the Islamic Revolution has successfully overcome the problems caused by the sanctions and maximum pressures and adopted a “definite and irreversible policy” on the need for the termination of the sanctions and verifiable measures by the Americans and Europeans.

The IRGC also described the Islamic Revolution’s victory in 1979 as a starting point for geopolitical developments, a strategic crack in the power blocs, and the rise of the Islamic world as a powerful actor.

Seven US presidents, all of whom sought to weaken and overthrow the Islamic Republic, have been relegated to the dustbin of history since the Islamic Revolution, while Iran remains at the apex of dignity, the statement added.

The Iranian nation toppled the US-backed Pahlavi regime on February 11, 1979, ending 2,500 years of monarchic rule in the country. The Islamic Revolution, led by Imam Khomeini, established a new political system based on Islamic values.

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