Iran To Arrest Trump for Killing Its Top General, Soleimani

Iran To Arrest Trump for Killing Its Top General, Soleimani

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A country can use the “red notice” to request other countries to track down and arrest a person.


On Jan. 3, 2020, on Trump’s instructions, the U.S. Army killed Soleimani, who was on a visit to Iraq with a rocket attack near Baghdad airport.


The influential Iraqi militia leader Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes, the deputy head of Iraq’s Hashd al-Shaabi militia, was also killed.


Soleimani was the commander of the elite Quds Force, part of an elite unit of the Iranian armed forces.


He coordinated the activities of militias loyal to Iran in Iraq and other countries.


President Hassan Rowhani called Soleimani a national hero and he has become a legend in the region after his assassination by the U.S.


Tehran will avenge his murder “in due course” and at the same time take legal action against Trump and the Pentagon, Rowhani said.

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