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Senator Rubio: Iran and its proxies were wrong to ignore our warnings - Fri 03 Jan 2020, 2:12 am

[size=34]Senator Rubio: Iran and its proxies were wrong to ignore our warnings
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Commenting on the [size=22]killing of the Iranian Quds Force commander, Qassem Soleimani, by a US missile strike in Baghdad, Republican Senator Marco Rubio said Friday that the American measures are in line with the warnings I have issued.[/size]

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[ltr]Facing repeated #IRGC attacks the U.S. & @potus exercised admirable restraint while setting clear red lines & the consequences for crossing them#Iran’s Quds Force chose the path of escalation

They are entirely to blame for bringing about the dangerous moment now before us.[/ltr][/size]


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Marco Rubio

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[ltr]The defensive actions the U.S. has taken against #Iran & its proxies are consistent with clear warnings they have received

They chose to ignore these warnings because they believed @POTUS was constrained from acting by our domestic political divisions

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In a tweet on his Twitter account, Rubio added that Iran and its proxies had made a bad mistake by ignoring Washington's warnings, stressing that the Iranian Qods Force had chosen to escalate.

He added that Iran chose to ignore these warnings, because they believed that Trump was constrained by internal political divisions.
He said that in the face of the repeated Revolutionary Guard attacks, the United States of America and President Donald Trump exercised impressive control, adding that Trump had laid red lines and explained the consequences of their transit.
He added that Iran and its militias bear full responsibility for the events of this dangerous moment before us now.
Trump's tweet came after an organized assassination using aircraft, targeting a number of leaders and members of the popular crowd, while exiting from Baghdad International Airport from the southern gate accompanied by a non-Iraqi delegation, where reports indicated that some of the Iranian leaders from the Revolutionary Guards were present.After the American strike that killed the commander of the Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, at dawn on Friday, and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, deputy chief of the Hashd militia, the US president, Donald Trump, tweeted that he was victorious by spreading only his country's flag.
The missile attack killed the Quds Force commander, Qasim Soleimani, and the second man in the Hashd militia, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, and the official in the Hashd Relations Directorate, Muhammad al-Jabri, and the Vehicles Officer, Haider Ali.
The operation also left a number of charred bodies, which have not yet been identified.


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Soleimani killed ! - Fri 03 Jan 2020, 1:22 am

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[size=30]Pentagon: Iran's Gen. Soleimani killed in airstrike at Baghdad airport[/size]




[size=11]Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani, center, attends a meeting in Tehran, Iran, on Sept. 18, 2016.
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[size=15]IRBIL, Iraq — Iran’s Gen. Qassem Soleimani, head of the nation’s elite Quds Force, was killed in a strike early Friday at Baghdad International Airport, the U.S. military said.
“At the direction of the President, the U.S. military has taken decisive defensive action to protect U.S. personnel abroad by killing [Qassem] Soleimani,” the Pentagon said in a statement. “Soleimani was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and throughout the region.”
Also reportedly killed was Abu Mahdi Muhandis, deputy commander of Kataeb Hezbollah, an Iran-backed Shiite militia group with a long history of fighting American forces in Iraq. The Pentagon blamed the group for a deadly strike in Kirkuk that killed a U.S. civilian contractor last week.
Department of Defense officials accused Soleimani of orchestrating last week's Kirkuk attack, as well as many others in recent months that have killed and wounded both American and coalition service members.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps confirmed the deaths in a statement to the country’s state-owned Tasnim news agency, saying it was the result of a U.S. helicopter strike.
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declared three days of mourning for Soleimani’s death, stating “severe revenge awaits the criminals who bloodied their foul hands with his blood and other martyrs’ in last night’s incident,” according to news reports.
The attack reportedly happened at about 1 a.m. Social media users said they heard explosions, followed by sounds of military aircraft.
The strike was confirmed about 45 minutes later by the Iraqi government’s security information cell, which posted photos of burning vehicles near the airport on its Facebook page, attributing the damage to a rocket attack.
In total, seven people were killed in Friday's strike, an official with an Iran-backed paramilitary force told The Associated Press, blaming the United States for the incident.
Early media reports said the attack was an airstrike that killed Mohammed Redha, a senior member of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units — an umbrella group that includes Kataeb Hezbollah and other Iran-backed militias, as well as other groups that have fought the Islamic State group since 2014.
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In this photo from social media, a burning car is shown after a rocket attack on the Baghdad International Airport on Jan. 3, 2020.
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Other PMU members and “guests” were also killed, the PMU said at the time, fueling online speculation that Soleimani and Muhandis were among the dead.
Iraqi state television later confirmed the rumors, but observers quickly warned that the killing of such a prominent member of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps could lead to dramatic escalation in the region, where tension between Washington and Tehran has been mounting for months.
“Soleimani had cult hero status within IRGC and among Shia militias in the region, and was personally the most popular regime figure in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.],” tweeted Vali R. Nasr, professor of Middle East Studies and International Affairs at Johns Hopkins University. “The pressure to retaliate will be immense.”
The attack came days after mobs of Iran-backed militia members breached the gates of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad on New Year’s Eve, withdrawing from the area on Wednesday after a contingent of about 100 Marines arrived from Kuwait to bolster the diplomatic compound’s security.
It also came hours after Defense Secretary Mark Esper urged Iran and its proxies to stand down.
“We will not accept continued attacks against our personnel and forces,” he said in a statement Thursday. “Attacks against us will be met with responses in the time, manner, and place of our choosing.”
Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., questioned the killing of Soleimani in a tweet before the Pentagon issued its statement confirming the general's death.
“Did America just assassinate, without any congressional authorization, the second most powerful person in Iran, knowingly setting off a potential massive regional war?” he wrote.
Soleimani’s Quds Force trains, funds and equips Iranian proxy groups, including Kataeb Hezbollah and others that fought American forces after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Both the Quds Force and Kataeb Hezbollah are U.S.-designated foreign terrorist organizations.
After rocket attacks on bases housing American troops in early December — some of the 11 carried out in the past two months that have mostly wounded Iraqis — U.S. officials called on the Iraqi government to do more to prevent them and warned of decisive action if they continued.
arrage of rockets hit the K1 base in Kirkuk, killing an American civilian contractor and wounding four U.S. and two Iraqi service members. The Defense Department countered with airstrikes targeting five Kataeb Hezbollah sites in Iraq and Syria.
The air raids killed at least 25 and wounded dozens more. Iran-backed militias responded by storming the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad.
“General Soleimani also approved the attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad,” the Pentagon said in its statement confirming the attack that killed him. “This strike was aimed at deterring future Iranian attack plans.”
The killings could herald a significant decline in U.S.-Iraqi relations, which were already on shaky ground after the earlier U.S. strikes. Kataeb Hezbollah is part of the PMU and thereby part of the Iraqi security forces.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi, whom Esper had warned of the impending weekend strikes shortly before they were carried out, criticized the Pentagon’s strikes as a violation of the country’s sovereignty. He also called for a review of Iraq’s relationship with the United States.
Iran-backed militia groups also promised to press the Iraqi parliament to move to evict the U.S. from the country, while attackers at the embassy chanted calls for America to leave.
In a statement Thursday, Esper said Iraq’s government had not done enough to curb “provocative actions” by Iranian proxies. He also called on America’s partners and allies to stand together against Iran’s “malign and destabilizing” behavior.
In response to the embassy siege, the defense secretary ordered a contingent of some 750 infantry troops from the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division to deploy to the Middle East this week, adding to the some 14,000 troops sent to the region since last summer.
The first wave of the troops from the 82nd Airborne’s 1st Brigade Combat team departed Thursday. More would be on standby to deploy in the coming days, Esper said.
“The United States will continue to take all necessary action to protect our people and our interests wherever they are around the world,” the Pentagon said early Friday.
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After killing 1,500 protesters, there are calls to submit Khamenei to the International Criminal Cou - Tue 24 Dec 2019, 6:24 am

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[size=14]The son of the former Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi, made an appeal to the world to help the Iranian people after the horrific reports that 1500 protesters were killed by the Iranian regime and at the behest of Ali Khamenei. He criticized the European silence on these crimes and their relentless pursuit to sign trade agreements with the Iranian regime.
Pahlavi said on his Twitter account under the hashtag [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] massacre "to members of the European Union and the Security Council .. This regime killed 1,500 Iranians in the streets in a few days. Instead of begging for dialogue and trade with a regime that committed genocide, it must be referred to

Sources in Baghdad reported that the Iraqi parliament session was scheduled, today, Tuesday, to complete the vote on.
Reuters reported, quoting three officials in the Iranian Ministry of Interior, that about 1,500 people were killed during the protests that started on November 15 and lasted for less than two weeks across the country.
Among the dead were 17 teenagers and about 400 women. Security and police personnel were also killed.
Three sources close to Iran's closest guide, Ali [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] told Reuters in a survey of the unrest that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] appeared to be impatient and ordered officials to do everything necessary to end the protests.[/size]


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