Ahmad Reza Pourdastan
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A top Iranian army commander said Monday that his troops would take "decisive" action if ISIS militants come within 40 kilometers of its borders with Iraq and Afghanistan.The comments from General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan, who heads Iran's ground forces, came after Iraq's foreign minister said intelligence sources showed Iran was among countries ISIS had plans to attack.France, the United States and Iran were among the countries that Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said ISIS had targeted.Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps, which is independent of the army, has advisory missions in Iraq and Syria at the invitation of the Baghdad and Damascus governments.
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