US media: Bush and Obama both refused to order the killing of Iranian generals

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 US media: Bush and Obama both refused to order the killing of Iranian generals


SARSAT reported that Zarif, speaking with Guterres, said that all consequences of the killing of Sulaimani will be borne by the United States, and he also described the United States actions as terrorist acts.

Picture: Foreign Minister Zarif of Iran

This is an extremely dangerous, stupid escalation, Zarif said He is the most effective force against the Islamic state and Al Qaeda terrorists.

Guterres also expressed concern about the US action, which he said would lead to an escalation of tensions in the region, the report said.

In the early morning of the 3rd local time, the U.S. military launched a drone attack on Baghdad International Airport, killing general Sulaimani, commander of Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guard in charge of overseas operations, and muhandis, the actual leader of the Shiite militia organization peoples mobilization organization in Iraq.

In a series of responses from Iranian leaders on the 3rd, they mourned for Sulaimanis martyrdom, lashed out at the atrocities of the United States, and vowed to severely retaliate throughout.

Sulaimani, 62, is Irans most popular military figure. He is regarded as one of the most powerful figures in the Middle East and the key figure of Irans projection of regional power; but in the eyes of the United States and its allies, he is the enemy of death. US media said that Bush and Obama refused to order the killing of him for fear of provoking the US Iraq war, while trump took action. Its hard to imagine that Iran would not fight back in a fierce way.

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