Vatan-e-Emrooz Editorial Highlights Iran's New Missile Test, Its Implications for Zionist Regime

(MENAFN) In a recent editorial, Vatan-e-Emrooz focused on Iran's latest missile test and its impact on the Zionist regime. The publication emphasized that the test of the Khorramshahr 4 missile has instilled great fear among the Zionists. According to media and experts from the regime, this ballistic missile is specifically designed to target and destroy the usurpers of Quds.

Situated approximately 1,100 kilometers from Iran's western borders, the occupied territories can now be reached and targeted from within Iran using this missile. The editorial pointed out that although the Zionist Regime possesses advanced missile defense systems, recent events involving Palestinian resistance groups have demonstrated the limitations of these systems, such as the Iron Dome. The success rate of such systems is not 100%, and they can be rendered less effective through various strategies, including changes in missile tactics or launching attacks in large numbers. While the regime has other missile defense systems intended to counter Iranian long-range ballistic missiles, their full operational capability has not yet been realized.

In a separate commentary, Etemad discussed the relationship between Afghanistan and the Taliban, drawing insights from Iran's former cultural advisor to Afghanistan. The editorial asserted that the Islamic Republic undoubtedly possesses greater power than the Taliban and is capable of dealing with them more firmly. It further emphasized that considering the extensive support Iran has provided to the Taliban and Afghanistan over the past two decades, there is an expectation for serious actions to be taken to compensate Iran for its contributions. One such action would be the implementation of the Helmand Water Treaty of 1973, which has remained largely unfulfilled since its inception, except for partial implementation during the early years of Hamed Karzai's government and Zahir Shah's government.

Etemad criticized the perceived weakness of the treaty and argued that Iran should adopt a more resolute approach in asserting its water rights in the region. The editorial emphasized the need for the issue of water rights to be pursued more decisively, highlighting Iran's significant role and responsibility in providing support to Afghanistan and its people throughout the years.



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