Skip to comments.Iran blames Germany, other countries, for Qassem Soleimani assassination
Posted on 01/04/2021 12:28:18 AM PST by Olog-hai
Iran’s state media has alleged that in addition to the United States, several countries, including Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Germany and Britain, had played a role in the assassination of its senior military leader Qassem Soleimani.
Soleimani was killed in a US drone strike on January 3, 2020, while visiting Baghdad.
According to DEFA Press, more countries would be added to the list once the investigation into Soleimani’s killing is completed.
“We must learn from this experience, which came at a great price, and we must make every effort to preserve national unity and cohesion that was achieved due to the blood of martyrs,” it said.
On Wednesday, Iranian prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr claimed that a British security firm and an airbase in Germany had a hand in Soleimani’s assassination. Without providing evidence, he said that London-based security services company G4S played a role in the killing.
The Iranian government alleges the US had used the Ramstein Air Base in southwestern Germany for targeting Soleimani. …
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hit em, heat up that cous cous..
lookin guud in da neighborhood
It'll be open season on Americans if Deep State ends our republic.
That story ought to be emailed to every member of the House and Senate...
If Deep State succeeds in getting rid of Trump, Americans around the world will be at far greater risk.
And Deep State vermin will most likely not be the targets.
Well citizen, to restore America we must make a revolution and let the carts roll to the execution site on the Mall
We don’t take the blame, we take credit for it. Anyone else in the Iranian hierarchy want to go to Baghdad? I’m sure we can arrange to have travel expenses covered. (One way will be all that’s needed.)
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