The world wakes up to the news of the US assassination of Iran’s most high-profile military commander early Friday morning and quickly inaugurated a new era of uncertainty throughout the troubled Middle East and other nations, with calls by Iran and its allies for retaliation and demands to expel American troops from the region.
The US stated their reason for airstrike attack as an opportunity to deter future Iran attack
Pentagon said it acted to take out Soleimani, Iran’s most powerful general in Iraq, “at the direction of the president”. “The US military has taken decisive defensive action to protect US personnel abroad by killing Qassem Soleimani,” a statement said, calling it a way to deter “future Iranian attack plans.”
There is no tied and justified evidence to the claims the US has over the Iranian General as to what crimes he is about to commit.
The US claimed has without providing evidence that Soleimani, who was an architect of Tehran’s regional military operations, had “orchestrated” attacks on coalition bases in Iraq over the past few months and approved the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad earlier this week.
The Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, has taken action by making a speech also issued a statement promising action in response to the killing. He said “Without a doubt, the great Iranian nation and other free nations in the region will take revenge on criminal America for this ghastly crime,”.
What has Trump done? The world is looking at how changes will positively affect their country in year 2020 as they look forward to begin a more promising year and work to adjust the growth in the economy of the nation, while the US has began their year with terror and fear to the world as the social media is already announcing the beginning of World War 111.