- Iranian President addresses the nation on the second anniversary of Soleimani
- Raisi said – Trump should be punished for killing Soleimani
- Two years ago there was a drone attack near Baghdad Airport.
Even though the world has forgotten the death of top Iranian commander Qasim Soleimani, who was killed in a US drone attack, that wound of Iran is still green. Iran is still talking about avenging the death of Qasim Soleimani, the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force, even after two years. Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi has spoken of revenge on the second anniversary of the death of Commander Soleimani. President Raisi said that Trump should be punished for the murder of Soleimani, otherwise Iran will take revenge for it.
Iran celebrates second anniversary of Soleimani’s death
President Raisey said in his televised speech that the “main criminal and killer” who ordered the deadly drone strike on Soleimani’s convoy in Iraq, Trump, former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and other criminals, will face punishment as well as retaliation. . On Monday, Iran celebrated the second anniversary of the death of Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force.
Iran said – has identified 125 people, will punish
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. Garibabadi said that we are committed to identify and bring to justice all the criminals and conspirators.
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Drone attack killed in Baghdad in 2020
Iranian top commander Qasem Soleimani was killed by the US in a US drone strike two years ago. He was killed in a US drone attack on his convoy leaving Baghdad International Airport. The deputy chief of Iran’s powerful Hashed al-Shaabi paramilitary force and some other Iran-backed local militias were also killed in the attack. General Soleimani (62) was considered the most powerful in Iran after Ayatollah Khamenei. The move by the US dramatically increased tensions in the Gulf region between the two arch rivals.