Iran is constantly under fire of vengeance and is still eager to take revenge. After the death of Iran’s top general Qasim Sulemani in the US air strike, while there is a huge sour in the relationship between the two countries, on the other hand, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Syed Ali Khamanei has warned through Twitter.
On behalf of Iran’s supreme leader’s office, he has posted a photo of former US President Donald Trump playing golf under the shadow of a warship, in which he vows to avenge a deadly 2020 drone attack. Ayatollah Khamnei’s Twitter account warned on Thursday that he could not avoid paying the price of Iran’s top general Qasim Sulemani and his Iraqi lieutenant killed in a US air strike outside Baghdad Airport.
???? انتقام حتمی است
قاتل سلیمانی و آمر به قتل سلیمانی باید انتقامشان را پس بدهند.
اگر چه کفش پای سلیمانی هم بر سرِ قاتل او شرف دارد ؛ اما بالاخره غلطی کردند ، بایستی # انتقام پس بدهند ؛ # هم_آمر_هم_قاتل بدانند که در هر زمان ممکن باید انتقامشان را پس بدهند.
– KHAMENEI.IR | سایت (@khamenei_site) January 21, 2021
He went – “Revenge is necessary. Sulaimani’s killer and the person who gave this order must be punished.” “Vengeance can be avenged at any time.” Significantly, Donald Trump left for Mar-a-Lago Golf Club in Florida without attending the swearing-in ceremony of new President Joe Biden on Wednesday.
Iranian officials have been constantly talking about taking revenge on the death of General Kasil Sulaimani. Earlier in the month, on the first anniversary of the death of Kassil Sulemani, Judicial Chief Ibrahim Rishi had warned that trumps cannot escape justice and Sulemani’s killer is not safe anywhere in the world.
Let us tell you that on January 3, 2020, Qasim Sulemani was killed in a US air strike at Baghdad Airport in Iraq. After this assassination, the US justified its decision and said that ‘he was plotting to attack American establishments and diplomats’. Since then, the relationship between the two countries has been very tense.
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