Martyr Soleimani was leading the fighters in many combat operations, especially the dangerous ones. He was personally exploring the combat sites and barriers.
The head of the "National Support" bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Ahmed al-Asadi, says that "Martyr Soleimani did not conduct as a commander or as a military advisor (that only) providing advice to another country, but rather acted as a fighter like other fighters, as he was exposed dozens of times to fire and explosive devices.”
The Jurf al-Nasr was a basis for terrorists to target visitors between Karbala and Baghdad for decade. As the geographical and demographic nature of Jurf al-Nasr made its liberation difficult. But finally, the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces liberated the area under Gen. Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis’ command and Iraqi Army’s cooperation.
The liberation was done successfully within a few days. It later gave impetus to liberation operations in other areas. As for the city of Amerli, which was besieged from all sides, the people and the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces resisted and fought for 83 days, as the two martyrs Soleimani and al-Muhandis were landing by helicopter in Amerli during the siege and under the fire