A video from the moment of the explosion against the convoy carrying Soleimani and Abu Mahdi on the Baghdad airport highway

— “This Soleimani revenge video inclusion of birds may be a Quran reference.

A story about birds defending Mecca from an army of Elephants.

Birds were called “Ababil birds”

Iran has Ababil drones which could indicate an attack with drones and BMs.”

— “IRAQ: Anti-US protests have started in Baghdad 1 year after the US assassinated Iranian General Soleimani.”


Trump will not die a natural death …
Hey U.S!
You started, we will end it.

Produced in the art group of Masafah Institute. The only official channel of Master Raefipoor and the Masaf movement

– “PMU / PMF (Popular Mobilization Unit) supporters have stormed the outer building of Baghdad International Airport.”

In the eight years of war with Iraq, no one was declared a hero during the war, nor until after the war. Names like Hemmat, Bakri, and others who say they won the championship war took years to hear, when they were no more.

But suddenly, Qassim Suleimani became the superman of the Islamic Republic, and all that the IRGC and even his allies did in Syria, Iraq and Yemen wrote to Qassim Suleimani.

Making a champion in the military is a losing game, and eventually the smoke goes to the champions. The enemy makes a demon out of your hero and lays all of his power on eliminating him. Kelly has to spend a lot of money and energy on protecting this hero, and in the end, when you have an enemy like America, there is no doubt that he will eventually succeed and eliminate him, and you are both a great failure and an enemy of celebration of victory. While if you weren’t looking for the heroine, it was that you lost a high-ranking officer who was replaced by another officer. You have no need for retaliation or your inability to retaliate.

A system that becomes a hero, if it survives and is not eliminated, becomes a horn for the rulers. Perhaps the rulers in history who destroyed the most beloved heroic commanders by themselves would not take their throne tomorrow.

Qasim Suleimani, the second power in Iran, is not to be welcomed in Iran by the media. If Qassem Suleimani had wished that there could be a serious danger for the power-holders in the future, would we not have had the same Qassem-Suleiman in our history who destroyed the dynasty of power-holders?

Even Iran’s allies like Hezbollah are wiser than making champions. Nobody knew the names of Imad Mughniyah and Mustafa Badr al-Din while they were alive, and no one knew the Hezbollah operation that he planned and commanded. Did Russia ever hear the name of one of its generals when its troops were fighting in Syria? Does anyone know that Russia has also killed generals in Syria and no one has understood?

I find it unlikely that Qassim Suleimani had the extraordinary ability and character that other army commanders lacked. Military work is collective work. Whether a person alone is both a mastermind and a commander on the battlefield is either a myth or a result of the stupidity of executives who had but one person to hand over.

Qasim Suleimani was also a commander of the IRGC commanders with the same abilities and shortcomings as his comrades and veterans of the war. He was not Superman himself, they were Superman, and now what can I do to take revenge on the Superman we made.

They must have learned another lesson from championing superman and airing Superman, though neither Qasim Suleimani’s successor nor Superman is capable of becoming a champion.

“The road to Baghdad International Airport, Sulaimani related chants in Farsi”

By Treadstone 71

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