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07 November 2017, 12:35 | Marta Robbins
Iran displays missile on anniversary of US embassy takeover
"And when a missile is tested thousands of kilometers away, after [issuing empty] threats, all their president does is put out a tweet", he said.
Iran's supreme leader blasted President Donald Trump's harsh condemnation of his country last month, and emphasized his commitment to resisting USA attempts to renegotiate a multilateral nuclear treaty and to defending his country's reputation from accusations by Washington.
On November 4, 1979, Iranian student revolutionaries climbed over the walls of the US Embassy in Tehran and seized dozens of Americans, holding them hostage for 444 days.
The 2015 nuclear deal with six world powers was reached during Obama's tenure.
This year, amid strained relations between Tehran and Washington over the nuclear deal and belligerent rhetoric from US President Donald Trump, the traditional display of military strength has taken on added significance.
The US Congress must now make a decision regarding the nuclear deal, which saw Iran agree to limit its enrichment of uranium in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. The rally, which commemorates the students who led the takeover of the building on September 3, 1979, also served as a unified denouncement of US -imposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic. He also laid additional sanctions on Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
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Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei threatened to "shred" the pact if the United States pulls out.
Thousands of Iranians came to a former United States embassy in Tehran to rally against American president's "crazy" policy and "global arrogance".
In an address to the Saturday rally in Tehran, Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani said that the US's foreign policy had failed.
"Such foolish words reveal that the Americans are not only an enemy to the leadership and government of Iran, but they are hostile to the very existence of a tireless nation that has for decades stood against them", Khamenei told a group of students Thursday, according to Iran's semi-official Mehr News Agency.
"Instead of confronting Iran directly, the United States should pursue a different strategy-one predicated on sticking to the JCPOA and engaging with Iran and other regional players on the broader set of security challenges in the Middle East", he said.
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