Iran launched a massive missile attack on two US military bases, avenge the death of Generalimimani, opening a “rage against the US”.
Iran rocket launch on US base in Iraq
The U.S.-ordered drone attack on the assassination of Qasem Soleimani, one of Iran’s most respected and high-ranking military commanders, brought Iran-US tensions to their highest levels in decades when Parties are constantly launching the threat of retaliatory actions, making the international community concerned about a comprehensive war that will spark the region and beyond.
Sky News TV channel on the morning of January 8 reported that the US military base Al Asad in western Iraq was attacked by missiles. The attack was later confirmed by a US official with the Reuter news agency. According to this person, there is currently no information on casualties or damage.
Press TV reported that Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) claimed that they had carried out the attack on the US air base Al Asad in Iraq,
“The IRGC confirmed it had fired dozens of rockets at the US air base Al Asad in Iraq,” the television channel reported on its Twitter page, stating that it was a revenge for the killing of US troops by General Qasem Soleimani. .
According to the ABC, citing a US official, the attack was carried out from Iranian territory with cruise missiles. Television reports that the attack targeted “many” US facilities in Iraq. Among them are some constructions in Erbil and Al Asad base in the west of the country.
|Iran has launched dozens of rockets to attack the US base in Iraq|
A source in the Iraqi security agency said the US military base had been attacked by more than ten missiles.
US President and Secretary of State Stephanie Grisham, President Donald Trump, was informed of the bombardment of bases in Iraq, he was monitoring the situation.
“We know the news of attacks on US items in Iraq. The president has been informed. He is attentively monitoring the situation and advising with his national security team” – Ms. Grisham to speak.
Kill General Soleimani, releasing “anti-American rage”
The attack came shortly after Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif declared that, by ordering the assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, the “rogue regime” (Rogue Regime) in Washington released a rage. all over the world against America.
“What the United States has achieved in the assassination of this IS terrorist hero is just ‘unleashing global anti-American anger and worldwide hatred on an unprecedented scale recently’. “The final bell of the United States’ evil presence in West Asia has begun” – Zarif wrote on the tweet on January 6.
|Millions of Muslims in Iran and other countries have stood up to protest against the US|
Zarif’s tweet, along with photos of anti-American protests, are now booming in several countries in the region, when residents of Karachi in Pakistan and Kashmir in India took to the streets to condemn the Washington case. assassinated General Soleimani.
Anti-American slogans were flooded with protests as thousands of people in the Muslim-majority region of Kashmir protested against the assassination on January 3, 2020.
Demonstrated protesters in Karachi also gathered near the US consulate to express their anger at the assassination of the Iranian general.
On the evening of January 6, millions of Iranians flooded the streets of the capital Tehran during General Iran’s national funeral ceremony of General Soleimani, to pay homage to their General, a sea of weeping tears. down to the nation’s iconic Enqelab Square.
People are carrying portraits of the Iranian national hero and chanting slogans of hate “Death to America” and “Death to Israel”, amid calls for revenge. Funerals are held in Tehran after similar processions in Iraq’s Najaf, Karbala and Kadhimiya cities and Iran’s Ahvaz and Mashhad cities.