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It is now coming to light that the so called threat to America’s national security was just a way to create context so that America could get rid of Iran’s top most military commander.

It is now coming to light that the so-called threat to America’s national security was just a way to create context so that America could get rid of Iran’s topmost military commander. The Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani was assassinated on Trump’s orders minutes after he landed on the Baghdad International Airport on his way back from Syria.

According to Defence Secretary Mark Esper, there were no evident signs of any kind of imminent danger posed by Iranian aliments to the four American embassies. However, he had mentioned that Soleimani was going to attack American facilities at some point in time.

Iran would have employed proxies as it always has, to create situations of terror in the Middle East.

According to Trump, the assassination of Qasem Soleimani was a result of American intel that he was about to attack and put to danger the lives of many American personnel in Baghdad and other Middle Eastern countries, where the US has embassies.

Iran is now finding itself in a pressured situation as it has taken a bold step to accept its own human error of burning down a Ukrainian plane that was carrying passengers from all over the world.  In its craziness to retaliate against the American onslaught on its key military man, it has ravaged the lives of its own people. As many as 176 people have perished when an Iranian shot ballistic missile accidentally shot down a civilian plane in Tehran recently.

People have now taken to streets and demanding proper governance.  

The US has taken this as the right opportunity to take to the social media and reiterate that Iran continues to be happy in promoting war and terrorism while the country bleeds from all its corners.

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