Following the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani, US President Trump took direct responsibility for that brazen attack that made the US face world outrage and opprobrium.
Many American and Western politicians lashed out at the White House terrorist clique over assassinating Iran’s top general, Haj Qassem Soleimani, which marked a dramatic escalation in the Tehran – Washington tense relations. Several meetings were held immediately in the Congress to deliberate on the disastrous repercussions of Trump’s foolish foreign policy approach that could unleash hell on the United States.
Though, it is quite clear that the US regime plotted the assassination of the legendary Iranian commander, Gen. Soleimani, long before his martyrdom in January 2020. In this line, the Associated Press reported that both George W. Bush and Barack Obama’s administrations had been secretly mulling over an attack against Gen. Soleimani.
Unbeknownst to the American citizens, the Trump administration had long planned to intensify the tensions with peaceful Iran in the volatile Middle-East region, which was palpable in the bellicose rhetoric issued by Trump’s cronies and their Arab-Zionist allies in the Middle-East.
Hence, this naturally leads the political spectators to surmise that the US assassination of Qassem Soleimani was an obvious act of terrorism to advance the interests of corrupt ruling oligarchy in the White House and Capitol Hill.
The western mainstream media sought to picture Gen. Soleiman’s assassination as a plot influenced only by a small coterie of Trump’s anti-Iranian advisers, but ample evidence shows that the assassination of Gen. Soleimani has always been at the top of the US government’s nefarious agenda, no matter the president in the White House is a democrat or republican. Evidence suggests that the United States, with the cooperation with its staunch ally, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, had been effectively pursuing a strategy to assassinate Gen Soleimani, at least since the war-mongering Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman took the matter of foreign policy.
George Nader, a Lebanese-American businessman, arranged a series of meetings in March 2017 in Riyadh, where the businessmen pitched a $2 billion plan to use private intelligence operatives to try to sabotage the Iranian economy and assassinate top Iranian officials. Joel Zamel, an infamous Israeli who founded the social media manipulation company Psy-Group and who had strong ties with the Israeli Mossad, was allegedly attended that meeting. Maj. Gen. Ahmed al-Assiri, whom Saudi officials have blamed for Khashoggi’s killing, was also present in one of these meetings.
In October 2019, the Iranian State-run media announced that three terrorists had been arrested before they could attack Gen. Soleimani. The suspects had plotted to martyr Haj Qassem Soleimani during the Ashoura religious commemorations. The Saudi-financed terrorists sought to buy a property near a mosque built by Gen. Soleimani’s late father in the city of Kerman, dig a tunnel underneath the site and rig it with 350 to 500 kilograms of explosives. The Americans and their Saudi puppets tried to ignite a civil war by assassinating Haj Qssem in that very incident by ascribing the attack to discontented groups within the Iranian political establishment. Hence, a wedge between the Iranians themselves would be created, sending fissures streaking across Iran. But that project was gone totally with the wind. The US malicious plots against Iran backfired as the martyrdom of Haj Qassem Soleimani cemented the Iranian national solidarity.