The white house remained silent after the assassination of iran's ace sulaimani, but the pentagon said it was a counter-attack on iran's base, not an unprovoked war against iran, after iran's al-qaeda forces did strike northern iraq. Dozens of U.S. casualties were sustained in the operation. The U.S. military thinks it's behind the Shiite Iran. So it is thought that the U. S. military's assassination of Suleimani is a blatant act of revenge.
Suleimani has been targeted by U.S. forces as Iran's number one strike because it is the commander of Iran's intelligence group, the Al-Quds Brigade, and plays a key role in the U.S.-Iranian conflict. During his time in office, he did a great job for Iran. Also one of Khamenei's love generals, the assassination of Suleimani, Iran will certainly not give up. Yet just as everyone pondered how Iran would retaliate against the United States, the second round of U.S. beheadings began. According to foreign media reports, the United States in the early hours of the morning in northern Iraq on the Al-Taiji road, a convoy was destroyed by U.S. forces, suspected to have several Shi'ite key figures.
Iran's morning news reports said six shia convoys were killed and three were taken to hospital in the early hours of the morning. U.S. forces then boldly admitted to the media that the aim of the decapitation operation planned by the U.S. forces at the time of the attack was to warn Iran not to retaliate against the United States, or it would only bring a more painful lesson. Mr. Trump was pleased with the beheading, because one of them was mr. zaidi's secretary-general, mr. holla-sani, and several others were key figures, hurting iran by losing six of its most powerful men.
Morale in Iranian barracks has also become very low. The success of both beheadings and Iran's ongoing failure to retaliate against the U.S. forces have been a real blow to the morale of Iranian soldiers. But believe khamenei's promise:\" everyone will see that american bodies will be spread throughout the middle east \", the words are not quick. There is an old saying, called not unreported, but the time has not come. The U. S. military will certainly pay its due for its actions.