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Throughout all his presidential term, Donald Trump followed a hardline policy against Iran and its allies, favoring the Israeli interests over the peace and stability in the Middle East.

Revoking the Iranian nuclear deal, moving US embassy from Tel Aviv to Al-Quds, recognizing Israeli sovereignty over Syria’s Golan Heights, brokering normalization deals between ‘Israel’ and some Arab states, imposing sanctions on several countries, and assassinating Iran’s Senior General Qassem Suleimani as well as top scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh were the most remarkable reflections of the outgoing POTUS commitments.

After he failed to win the 2020 elections, Trump’s demonic mind planned to carry out certain actions that serve the Zionist interests even after he leaves the office.

Serious security and news reports indicated that Trump planned to deal a major military blow to the nuclear facilities in Iran.

Other sources reported the Israeli Air Force would raid important targets in Iran after gaining Trump’s greenlight.

The whole world started drawing the scenarios of the all-out war which would erupt in the Middle East after US-Israeli air strikes on certain targets in Iran during the last few weeks or even days of Trump’s term.

In response, the Iranian officials voiced readiness to confront any aggression on their country.

Iran’s Army and IRGC’s carried out large scale military drills which showed steadfastness, determination and power.

During the drills, ballistic missiles were fired, combat drones were flown, war jets hit mock targets and infantry troops displayed dexterous fight skills.

The last weeks of Trump’s term passed, and the giant military power of the United States and ‘Israel’ did not dare to deal any blow to the Islamic Republic.

Netanyahu’s plans to utilize the last chance to strike Iran’s nuclear sites were frustrated.

Thus, the last few weeks of Donald Trump’s presidential term proved that the Islamic Republic’s military power can deter the US-Israeli insane plots.

Original Article Source: Al Manar | Published on Wednesday, 20 January 2021 13:11 (about 42 days ago)