Assassination of Soleimani and al-Muhandis didn’t has a military value

Jan 05 2021
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Assassination of Soleimani and al-Muhandis didn’t has a military value

The Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, General Ali Fadawi, said: “The Americans resorted to diplomacy on Friday morning (the day of the assassination) and even said that if you want revenge, then take revenge in proportion to what we did. While they could not determine anything. "

General Ali Fadawi said: “I saw Soleimani in many scenes of danger, but when God decreed that one person would stay to do great deeds, God prolongs his life. Thus Qassem Soleimani did great deeds and then martyred.”

He added, "The US-led assassination had no special military capabilities and technology. Their operations had no military value. We can also send drones and target any moving target with laser missiles."

Regarding the details of Soleimani’s visit to Iraq, General Fadawi said: “Officials in the Iraqi government invited Qassem Soleimani to hold a meeting on various issues. He traveled from Syria to Baghdad on a regular passenger plane which can be tracked even at flight sites

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