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Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani, who led Iran’s Quds force before he died in a targeted killing ordered by President Trump, “directed the December assault on United States Forces in Iraq, and was actively planning new attacks.”

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LM Sabo @JayInslee Trump’s simply wants to start a war, he believes it will ensure his re-election. He killed Qassim Suleim… https://t.co/DD2wgDLYDR 1 day ago

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Abdinasir Kilas RT @KilasAbdinasir: .... In the last farewell bid good bye to the late Gen military Qassim Suleimani, the Iran military drew his face. Good… 3 days ago

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ققنوس RT @RyanAFournier: Rose McGowan praised Iran today following the death of Qassim Suleimani. I will pay for Rose McGowans one-way ticket to… 5 days ago

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Yo-G RT @TheRealYoG: Trump Murdered Suleimani https://t.co/6eZwITbw2i Then Netanyahu admitted Israel is Nuclear! = #EnforceNPT #EnforceFARA #… 1 week ago