Iran's Revolutionary Guards Pledge to Teach US 'New Lessons'

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Iranian officials are slamming an anticipated decision from the United States to designate the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC) a terrorist organization, saying that with such a move, the USA would be "joining the terrorists' camp".

U.S. sanctions on the IRGC could affect conflicts in Iraq and Syria, where Tehran and Washington support warring parties that oppose the Islamic State militant group.

Tehran issued a thinly-veiled warning to US and allies troops in the Middle East, saying those forces could be at risk should Washington press ahead with fresh sanctions against Iran.

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Iran has vowed to take "reciprocal measures" against the U.S. should its army, the Revolutionary Guards, be branded a terrorist organisation. "All options are on the table", he said.

Russia's foreign ministry does not consider Iran's revolutionary guards as a terrorist organisation, the agency cited the ministry as saying.

Also, Mohammad Ali Jafari, the IRGC chief, warned on Sunday that if Trump's administration designates the IRGC terrorist then the IRGC will treat the USA troops like Daesh.

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Trump has repeatedly spoken in favor of renegotiating Iran's nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and called for tougher measures against Tehran's attempts to develop its nuclear program.

It is widely expected that Trump will not recertify Iran, saying it is no longer in the United States national interest, giving Congress 60 days to decide whether to reimpose sanctions.

Baker's warning echoed a similar one by Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi, who warned earlier on Monday warned that the country's reaction to the possibility of the Iran Revolutionary Guards being designated as a terror group would be "firm and crushing".

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