Assassination of Qasem Soleimani: Iran Links 125 US Nationals to Soleimani Killing, Vows to revenge

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  • Today marks the second anniversary of the assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani
  • Tehran said – 125 Americans responsible for the assassination of Soleimani
  • Together with Iraq, Iran is vowing to take revenge on America

Iran today celebrated the second anniversary of the death of Qasim Soleimani, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force. Soleimani and Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces deputy commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis were killed in a US drone strike on Baghdad International Airport on 3 January 2020. Then the US claimed that General Soleimani was planning a terrorist attack on America. After this massacre, Iran has vowed to take revenge on America many times.

Iran said – we have identified 125 Americans
Iran’s deputy chief of judiciary for international affairs, Kazem Garibabadi, has said Tehran has identified 125 American people responsible for Soleimani’s assassination. Most of these are senior administrative and military officials involved in the Trump administration. Speaking to Iranian television on Sunday night, Garibabadi said Iran was committed to cooperating with the Islamic Republic of Iraq in the same country where General Soleimani was assassinated. We are committed to identifying and bringing to justice all perpetrators, its sponsors and conspirators.

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Garibabadi stressed that the Iraqi government has registered a case in this regard and we have held talks with Baghdad. General Soleimani was the leader of the fight against terrorism, he was an Iranian citizen and so we will handle this matter according to Iran’s Islamic Penal Code. He also said that General Soleimani was on a non-military operation on the night of his martyrdom and that his killing is a crime against humanity.

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Soleimani was Iran’s biggest military officer
Qasim Sulemani, who took charge of the Quds Force, a unit working abroad of the Iran Revolutionary Guards, was considered one of America’s biggest enemies. How important he was to America’s arch-rival Iran, it could be gauged from the fact that he used to carry out any mission in West Asia. This was the reason why he often visited Iraq and other West Asian countries.

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How Soleimani became the enemy of America
Coming from a poor family in the far southeast of Iran, Soleimani had joined the Islamic Revolutionary Guard. This guard was formed to strictly enforce the country’s security and ideology. The Revolutionary Guard also gained political and economic power during the 1980s and 1988 wars with neighboring Iraq. The bloody conflict in Iraq helped Soleimani a lot in moving forward. At the age of 20, Sulaimani carried out many missions against enemies. He is known for crushing the enemies of Iran. In the late 1990s, he was made chief of the Quds Guard. The Quds Guard has been accused of promoting Hezbollah in Lebanon.


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