Top U.S. General In the Middle East Sees Iran In ‘Disarray’ After Drone Strike That Killed Qud’s Force Commander Soleimani

Marine General Kenneth McKenzie

Bloomberg: Top U.S. Commander Sees Iran ‘Disarray’ After Drone Strike

The top American commander in the Middle East says he sees Iran’s decision-making abilities in “disarray” after a U.S. drone strike killed a senior Iranian commander in January, but he doesn’t expect the lull to last.

After a surge in tensions earlier this year following the killing of Quds force commander Qassem Soleimani in Iraq, and additional damage done to the Islamic Republic from the Covid-19 pandemic, Marine General Kenneth McKenzie said he expects the Islamic Republic’s military to regroup and focus on trying to drive U.S. troops out of the region. Just not yet.

“Iran recognizes that we have the capability in the theater to make it very painful for them to launch a direct or indirect attack against either us or one of our partners or allies,” McKenzie, who heads U.S. Central Command, said in a telephone interview Thursday. “Right now, it is kind of quiet, but I think part of that is they’re still on their heels a little bit from January and I think they’re still sorting themselves out and what they want to do.”

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WNU Editor: Iran’s focus is on the pandemic and the economic crisis that has gripped the country this year. The leadership will deal with the military when these immediate crisis are over.

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