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Threat to Trump: Iran claims - Cruise missile made to kill former US President, said this

Pankaj Prasad
Iran made Cruise missile to kill Donald Trump
Iran made Cruise missile to kill Donald Trump

In 2020, Iran's then military commander Qasim Sulemani was killed in a US drone attack.

Big news is coming from Iran. Here Iran's top commander has threatened to kill former US President Donald Trump. For this, it has also claimed to prepare a cruise missile capable of striking up to 1650 km away. On Friday, Iran's top commander Amirali Hajizadeh threatened to kill Trump, saying that he would soon avenge the killing of his commander. In the midst of Russia-Ukraine war, this threat of Iran has increased the concern of Western countries and America. Explain that in 2020, the then military commander of Iran, Qasim Sulemani, was killed in an American drone attack. In retaliation, Iran attacked the US Army with a ballistic missile. 

And what did the commander say? 

Amirali Hajizadeh said that Iran is ready to avenge the death of top commander Qasim Sulemani. In a conversation with a state TV channel, Amirali said, 'We are ready to kill the person on whose orders our commander Sulaimani was killed. We will not spare former US President Donald Trump. Want to kill them.

A cruise missile with a range of 1650 kilometers has been added to the missile arsenal of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He said, 'They had no intention of killing innocent soldiers in 2020, but when they (US) carried out a drone strike in Baghdad and killed our military commander Soleimani, we had to retaliate by firing ballistic missiles at them.'

If Allah wills, we will kill Trump. The military commanders who issued the order to kill Soleimani should be killed. Before this, many leaders of Iran have spoken about avenging the killing of Soleimani. 

Iran's growing forces stir up in western countries

have expanded. Tehran maintains that this expansion program is purely defensive and preventive in nature. However, this move of Iran has intensified the stir in the western countries. 

Drones were supplied to Moscow even before the start of the war with Ukraine. These same drones are said to have been used by Russia to target power stations and civilian infrastructure in Ukraine.