In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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A Zolfaghar short-range solid fuel ballistic missile was put on a temporary display in front of Amirkabir University of Technology in the Iranian capital, Teheran. The Zolfaghar is a missile of the Fateh family with the range of 700km. It was unveiled by the Iranian Defense Ministry in 2016.

In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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In Photos: Zolfaghar Ballistic Missile Is Showcased In Front Of Amirkabir University of Technology In Teheran

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  • chris chuba

    These were the bad boys used by the Iranians to bomb ISIS at Deir Ezzor, possibly along with some other missiles. I wonder Haley was standing in front of some of their fragments were mixed into the clown show that she was running.

    • FlorianGeyer

      Good point.

  • iosongasingsing

    In Israel they can rest assured, between them and the IRAN there are 1300 km and this reaches up to 700.

    • Barba_Papa

      They don’t rest assured, as they know Iran has missiles of greater range then this.

    • Garga

      Yes, correct. Israeli government can rest assured that Iran wouldn’t retaliate with this specific type of missile launched from Tehran.
      Now they just need to worry about Iran’s other weapons (or even this missile launched closer to the target) in case they attacked Iran and Iran retaliated.

      This part is not really related to the missiles, but to the range.
      During Iraq’s attack on Iran in the ’80s, Iran’s airforce made it so costly for Iraqi airforce to operate. Saddam moved almost all his planes to near Jordan airbase (a complex named H3 consist of 3 airbases) “rest assured” it’s out of Iranian jets’ range.
      Guess what? Iran airforce reached there and bombed the bases and planes on the ground, an ~6000 km mission over enemy’s territory with 2000km range jets. Iran claimed they destroyed 48 planes with no loss. This operation (H-3 airstrike) is considered among the world’s best aerial missions.

  • alejoeisabel

    Now if Syria and Hezbollah have these missiles, Israel will think twice before it bombs Beirut or Damascus. Israel can be paid in kind.

  • babin544325

    This is great achievement for science technology. But we need to be aware for control the miss use of technology. I like this if they can control the technolize invention.