Never forget: Qassem Soleimani was a ruthless killer

Two years ago today, the United States military took out Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani, the world’s No. 1 terrorist. Don’t listen to mainstream media. Soleimani was a ruthless killer loathed by people in Iran and across the Middle East.

We all remember how Iran’s dictator, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, wept at a ceremony for Soleimani, knowing his regime had suffered a strategic setback.

By tearing down posters of Soleimani, the Iranian people debunked the lies spread by certain DC politicians and MSM in their utterly disgusting glorification of Soleimani and going as far as describing him as a “popular general,” a “divine” figure & a “national war hero”…

People in Iraq were seen dancing in the streets following news that Soleimani is no more. This nation has long suffered from the Iranian regime’s deadly meddling in their country, spearheaded by Soleimani’s command and influence over a long slate of militia groups.

Palestinians in Gaza were also seen tearing down posters of Iran’s terrorist-in-chief Qassem Soleimani, refuting the long-boasted narrative of Iran’s regime enjoying support among the Palestinian people.

A family in Iran danced in their home after hearing about the “terrorist Soleimani’s” death while chanting “Death to the Dictator,” in reference to none other than Khamenei.

Persian notes from inside Iran:

“We had a really joyous day after a very long time”

“Thank you, dear Trump”

“Long live Trump”

“Hats off to you, President Trump – From the people of Iran”

Not on MSM — Locals in northern Syria were seen marking the anniversary of Soleimani being killed by the U.S. military. Soleimani led militias in murdering, wounding and/or displacing millions of people. They also killed hundreds of U.S. soldiers.

Arguably the most horrific crime committed by Iran’s regime and Qassem Soleimani outside of Iran was witnessed in Syria. Soleimani led militias into massacring the Syrian people.

Iran’s embassy in Turkey was forced to cut short an online event in memory of Qassem Soleimani when participants began shouting: “Iran The Murderer!” Hatred of the mullahs’ regime and Soliemani knows no borders.

And you know who was also devastated?

“Mr. Trump killed my brother Qassem Soleimani.”

Soleimani’s Iran-backed militias killed, wounded and/or displaced millions of people across the region.

They also killed hundreds of U.S.-led coalition soldiers.

The New York Times, through the known Iran apologist Farnaz Fassihi, described Soleimani as a

– “popular general”

– “national war hero”

– “Iran’s intrigue”

Foreign Policy described Soliemani as a “patriotic moderate” and claims his killing “Has United Iranians Like Never Before.”

Iran apologists/lobbyists claim “large crowds” turned out for Soleimani’s funeral. The thread below debunks their claims.

Necessary reminder:

Soleimani commanded the regime’s Revolutionary Guards Quds Force.

The Quds Force established a large number of militia groups in Syria, used to kill innocent women and children.

Necessary reminder:

Soleimani’s Quds Force established numerous militia groups in Iraq.

These groups have a long history of sectarian violence.

Amnesty International’s research reveals that war crimes and other gross human rights violations were committed by predominantly Sh’ia militias…”

And it is a known fact that Iran’s regime has been pumping hundreds of millions of dollars into Iraq in its ongoing support for terrorist militias across this country, and across the region, spearheaded by Soleimani himself.

Soleimani was designated “based on his relationship to the IRGC” and for “human rights abuses in Syria, for his role as the Commander of the IRGC-Quds Force, the primary conduit for Iran’s support to the Syrian General Intelligence Directorate (GID).”

Anti-Terrorism Designations; Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps Related Designations



Specially Designated Nationals Update

Soleimani led many militia groups under his command & control, especially in Syria:

The Fatemiyoun Division

The Zeynabiyoun Brigade

Liwa al-Sayyida Ruqayya

Quwat al-Imam al-Rida

Under Soleimani’s command and blessed by Tehran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei, “Iran spent between $14 and $15 billion in military and economic aid to the Damascus regime in 2012 and 2013,” according to Bloomberg.

Soleimani “had gone to Syria, along with thousands of other members of the Quds Force, to rescue the country’s besieged President, Bashar al-Assad, a crucial ally of Iran,” according to The New Yorker.

And there is no doubt that Assad, certainly under orders from the regime in Iran and Soleimani, gassed his own people, as reported by The Washington Post.

Unknown to Syrian officials, U.S. spy agencies recorded each step in the alleged chemical attack, from the extensive preparations to the launching of rockets to the after-action assessments by Syrian officials. Those records and intercepts would become the core of the Obama administration’s evidentiary case linking the Syrian government to what one official called an “indiscriminate, inconceivable horror” — the use of outlawed toxins to kill nearly 1,500 civilians, including at least 426 children.

“Major General Qassem Soleimani’s visit to Moscow was the first step in planning for a Russian military intervention that has reshaped the Syrian war and forged a new Iranian-Russian alliance in support of Assad,” according to a 2015 Reuters report.

Thousands have died as a result of Russia’s ruthless bombing campaigns in Syria, helping maintain Assad in power, according to Deutsche Welle. A Syrian war monitor has claimed Russian airstrikes in Syria have killed more than 18,000 people over the past three years. But Russia says the figure is actually closer to 85,000.

Soleimani and his Quds Force also have very close relations with the Lebanese Hezbollah.

Soleimani’s Quds Force have also been involved in Yemen.

A member of Iran’s Quds Force, the overseas arm of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), was killed in Yemen, according to a January 7, 2020, report published by Al Arabiya. Mostafa Mohammad Mirzaei, 38, was killed on Friday, the semi-official Fars news agency reported, without providing any information on where or by whom he was killed. More reports have been published before and after this, extensively indicating Iran’s malign role in Yemen.

The Houthis in Yemen, backed by Iran’s regime, recruit children for war using slogans calling for murder, destruction and possibly even another Holocaust.

Final thoughts:

The next time certain DC politicians, “Iran experts” or MSM glorify Soleimani in any way, debunk them with the truth. Remind them Soleimani was and is detested in Iran, across the Middle East, and beyond.

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