News ID: 269374
Published: 0325 GMT May 23, 2020

Liberation of Khorramshahr disgraced Saddam's Bathist army

Liberation of Khorramshahr disgraced Saddam's Bathist army

Deputy Commander of Iran's Army for Coordination Affairs, Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari described the liberation of Khorramshahr as an operation which made the Iraqi dictator Saddam’s Bathist army disgraced, IRNA reported.

The operation made by the brave Iranian forces to liberate of Khorramshahr, demonstrated Iran's capabilities to win battles against the enemies, Sayyari said at a local meeting held in Tehran.
"Beit-ul-Moqaddas operation won by relying on Islamic principles and also on people's coordination and coherence," he added.
At the meeting in which some Army officials were present to review the plans for holding the fortieth anniversary of the national Sacred Defense Week, Sayyari urged the military officials to share experiences and achievements gained after the imposed war to the young generation. 
The city of Khorramshahr (in the southwestern of Iran) was liberated from the occupation of the Iraqi army led by Saddam Hussein in May 24, 1982.
The courageous Iranian forces through an operation code-named Beit-ul-Moqaddas could recapture part of the Iranian soil during the 1980-88 war.
   
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