Sulaimanis remains march in many Iranian cities to visit his final burial home

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 Sulaimanis remains march in many Iranian cities to visit his final burial home


On January 5 local time, the body of major general Sulaimani of Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guard returned to Iran, where thousands of people were buried.

Sulaimanis body was transported from Iraq to the southwest Iranian city of awas on Sunday, AP reported Friday. As part of the grand funeral, his body will be paraded in various cities in Iran, attended by the public, and then buried in his hometown.

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A coffin wrapped in the Iranian flag was unloaded from the plane during a performance by the Iranian military honor guard on the 5th, the report said. Then the coffin was slowly carried to the street. The streets were filled with mourners in black, slapping themselves on the chest and holding posters with images of suleymani for a public mourning March.

In addition, there are some marchers holding the Shiite red flag. In Shiite tradition, the red flag symbolizes unjust bloodshed and is a symbol of revenge for the dead.

Later Friday, Sulaimanis body will be sent to Mashhad, Irans second largest city, one of the Islamic Shiite holy cities. Next Monday (January 6), his remains will be transported to the capital Tehran and Qom for a March, followed by his burial in his hometown Kerman on Tuesday (January 7).

U.S. air strikes on Baghdad International Airport Wednesday killed Sulaimani. Irans tough stance calls for retaliation. The United States warns Iran not to act rashly, and tensions between the United States and Iran escalate rapidly.