Iran To The United States Donald Trump Said He Does Not Seek To "kill Anyone" With Attacks On US Troops In Iraq | World

This Thursday, the commander of the Persian Revolutionary Guard Aerospace Force, General Amir Ali Hijizade, said that the attacks on the two air bases in Iraq, where US troops were staying, was "the beginning of a major operation "

The Tehran regime has launched four attacks against the United States, to avenge the death of Qasem Soleimani, the second most powerful in Iran and one of the most influential in the Middle East region.

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"The missile attacks against some of the most important bases … are the beginning of a great operation that will continue throughout the region," said Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Khamenei said they did not seek to kill anyone at the bases in Iraq and said there were injuries on their part. However, Donald Trump said through a tweet that "everything was fine."

He stressed that in the bombing they threw only thirteen missiles, but they had agreed "hundreds", which could contemplate the death of hundreds of Americans and the Trump administration attacked again.

For his part, Trump explained that he decided to execute Soleimani, because the general was preparing an attack against the US Embassy in Iraq.

“We caught a total monster, we eliminated it and that should have happened long ago. We did it because (the Iranians) wanted to fly the embassy, ​​and also for other very obvious reasons, someone died, one of our military died, there were people seriously injured just the previous week, ”he said.

The former head of the Quds Forces died on January 3 in a US military operation with a drone near Baghdad airport.

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On Wednesday, Trump had shown signs of stepping back from the edge of a war with the Islamic Republic after the tension generated by a US attack with drones that killed the top Iranian military commander, which resulted in missile launches by of Tehran against bases that house US forces in Iraq.

But on Thursday he charged criticism for ordering the attack on Soleimani without justification.

At a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, Trump repeated again, without showing evidence, that the Iranian general was "actively planning new attacks," including attacks on US embassies, and that he had stopped him.

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