Thank you for agreeing that the new system showed was not the conventional Sejjil-2 that we have always known for the past 14 years. You were very staunchly calling it a conventional Sejjil-2 and now you are not.
A Sejill-2 with a MaRV is still a sejill-2. Just like an Emad is a Shahab-3 with a MaRV warhead. But anyway our initial discussions was around an ICBM.
You cited Iran has an ICBM potentially ready so I asked you if you were referring to Zoljanah converted to ICBM
Is this the ICBM you are talking about?
To which you replied:
You are mixing it up.
Zoljanah-based ICBM is a "could be" case. It will get 5000 KM or whatever is pure speculation rigth now since such RV has not been deployed on it. Zoljanah is an SLV as of today.
Sejjil-3 or whatever you may call it, is an actual thing with three stages and has been tested/unveiled during the great prophet exercise which unbiased western experts estimated to be an all-solid three-staged MaRV-IRBM (not ICBM). It is 7-8 feet longer than Sejjil-2, and much heavier as well.
See the size and third stage difference, there is another difference as well if you can see it.
Your reply and pivot towards this “Sejill-2-Emad” was confusing and it made seem like this was the ICBM you were referring to in original post and not Zoljanah SLV to ICBM conversion.
All I wanted to know is where the 5,000KM+ ICBM is you cited since now you are saying it’s not Sejill-2X since it’s only an “3 stage IRBM”
Conversation got tangled up it seems...