U.S. troops killed Iranian General Qassem Suleimani with drones on January 3, local time, causing a series of repercussions around the world. Not only is Iran full of rhetoric of revenge, including a reward for stabbing Trump, but more than 80 cities have marched against the war, even in the United States.
A seemingly precise assassination of a U.S. military drone ignited a blaze of simultaneous opposition to Trump in the United States and Iran. That, perhaps, is something U.S. President Donald Trump didn't expect! Now, for the international community, he is surprised that no permanent member of the Security Council, other than the United States, has supported him in the Middle East.
A red flag has been raised at the jamkaran mosque in iran's holy city of kum. In the tradition of Shi'ite Muslims, this symbolizes the experience of "unfair bloodshed.” Ali Aruz, NBC's chief correspondent in Tehran, tweeted that it was "very, very rare" to raise a red flag to symbolize revenge at the mosque.
After the killing of iran's general, sulemani, at iraq's baghdad airport, iran unleashed yet another wave of anti-american fervor, targeting mr. trump, a gesture of \"holy city\" red flags and a press call. The funeral of mr. sulaimani was broadcast live on iran's state television yesterday (january 5). The funeral host even claimed:\" We have 80 million people in Iran, and if we put out a dollar each, we'll have $80 million, then we can use that money to reward anyone who can send us [Trump's] head.\" This was interpreted by some Western media as \"an Iranian reward of $80 million for assassinating Trump.\"
In mr hay's view, although it was just one of the host's words, not one of the institutions or the individual's real reward for the assassination, it did play a significant role in advocacy.
Before Sulaimani's assassination last week, Uncle Hai used troops in Iraq again. According to an analysis in the article, the Iraqi authorities have a number of people who hope for an early withdrawal of U.S. troops in Iraq. After iran's general, sulemani, was killed by american troops in baghdad, iraq finally publicly demanded that american troops leave. At this point, U.S. forces that had planned to withdraw would not want to go – President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Pepeo have said they would face severe U.S. sanctions if Iraq forces them to leave.
In mr hay's view, while iraq and iran have had eight years of war, and their main residents are sunnis and shia-muslims, they do not rule out the iraqi regime's future and iran's approach to boycott the united states. In this way, Trump will be cornered again. In his election year, he may not want to expand the war, but the situation may not be as fully controlled as he himself can. Today, he will not only have to choose whether to continue to use troops in the Middle East, but also to upgrade his security and that of some parts of the United States. In addition, whether or not to continue to use troops in the Middle East, Trump must calm the mood of the US military...
In the United States, anti-war demonstrations have erupted in more than 80 cities since the killing of Suleimani. What's more, the website of the Selective Service System has been unable to open for a while after World War III and avoiding conscription became a social media sensation in the United States. By January 5, the site returned to normal, but the page opened slowly. This reveals the war-weariness of Americans, especially young people. After the 2003 war in iraq, mr hay argues, the american civilian population felt deeply about the injustice of the american war machine killing people in the middle east – unauthorized by the un, torture of prisoners, including a number of american soldiers who were mentally ill during the war.
It has to be said that the eyes of the masses are bright. Now the eyes of the American people are also bright. The Trump administration wants to rekindle the flames of war in the Middle East, but the American people won't.
\"United States withdrawal from the Middle East \",\" Don't go to war or sanction Iran \",\" Stop bombing Iraq \", these slogans appear in Washington, D.C., in Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle.
The permanent members of the United Nations, other than the United States, did not approve of the U. S. military's action after the U. S. military killed Mr. Suleimani. The British prime minister, Mr. Johnson, exploded directly because he had notified Israel before the U.S. air strikes – and that Mr. Trump really did not regard him as a "British Trump" brother.
France has spoken out against the use of force in international relations, arguing that Iraqi territory should be respected and that the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue should be maintained in the current situation. This is clearly in relation to the killing of Iranian generals by United States military action on Iraqi soil. As for China and Russia, it is natural to express greater opposition to the misuse of force in international relations and to unacceptable military adventurism.
Uncle Hai said that if a country, an organization, with his own big killer, took no one in his eyes, the final result must be opposed by the world's justice--