Iran unveils a ballistic missile that can hit Israel

Violet Powell
September 24, 2017

The Khoramshahr missile was first displayed at a military parade on Friday in Tehran. "Iran is conducting a campaign of conquest across the Middle East and Iran is developing ballistic missiles to threaten the entire world".

President Donald Trump criticized Iran's missile program and the 2015 nuclear deal during a speech at the United Nations on Tuesday.

"Imagine the danger of hundreds of nuclear weapons in the hands of a vast Iranian Islamist empire, with the missiles to deliver them anywhere on earth", Netanyahu said.

Friday's parade and missile display come days after Iran was called out in a speech by President Trump at the United Nations General Assembly, in which he called the nuclear deal with Iran "one of the worst and one-sided transactions" the USA has ever conducted. Iran casts itself as a leading advocate for the rights of Palestinians. "We can not allow it to happen.", Liberman said. "Not only will we fortify our missiles, but our ground, navy and air forces will always be supported by the people".

The US has placed a number of sanctions on Iranian individuals, businesses and institutions in response to its missile tests.

Rouhani said the United States and Israel have isolated themselves by opposing the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and the other major powers.

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The Iranian president said the military power is exclusively aimed at defending the country and the region against aggressors and terrorists, stressing that no one can stop Tehran from developing its conventional armaments. She entered service in the Iranian army in the near future.

This comes as Iran said it will strengthen its missile capabilities and not seek any country's permission to perform terrifying tests.

Iran tested a new ballistic missile that is reportedly capable of carrying multiple warheads, the nation's state-run broadcaster announced Saturday. The agency did not provide further information.

The Iranian president also reaffirmed his country's commitment to the nuclear deal.

Called the Khorramshahr missile, the weapon has a range of 1,250 miles (2,000 kilometers) and can carry multiple warheads, according to Press TV.

The United States says Tehran's ballistic missile tests violated a U.N. resolution that endorsed the nuclear deal.

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